Karl Jirgens, former head of the English Department at the University of Windsor, and author of four books (Coach House, Mercury, ECW), has published scholarly work on digital media, and creative pieces globally. Since 1979, Jirgens edited/published Rampike, an international literary and arts journal. He currently serves as a professor at the University of Windsor.
This panel offers four presentations on the evolving role of digital and interactive media in creative writing and instruction. How can authors integrate social media into their creative process? How can writers use simple machine-learning tools for human-machine collaborations? How can interactive literature (digital and print) be taught as a genre of creative writing? And how can interactive media inspire audiences […]