Michael Joyce lives along the Hudson River. The New York Times termed his novel afternoon "the granddaddy of hypertext fictions" and he since has published numerous hypertext fictions on the web and on disk. His most recent print novel is Was: Annales Nomadique, a novel of internet, 2007, published by Fiction Collective 2 (FC2). Recently he has been collaborating in multimedia work with LA visual artist Alexandra Grant and has taken more and more to poetry, with poems appearing in nor/ (The New Ohio Review), The Iowa Review, New Letters, Parthenon West, and elsewhere. McPherson and Company reissued his novel, Liam's Going in paperback in July 2008. SUNY Press and Michigan have published collections of his short fictions, prose pieces and essays about technology.



Sister Stories, collaborative hypertext fiction (with Rosemary Joyce and Carolyn Guyer), New York University Press On-line, 2000. http://www.nyupress.org/sisterstories/

The Sonatas of Saint Francis, collaborative hypertext fiction (with Matthew Hanlon, Andrea Morris, and Carolyn Guyer), Supertart.com (UK), October 2000. http://supertart.com/sonatas/index.html

Reach, a fiction, The Iowa Review Online, Spring 2000. http://www.uiowa.edu/~iareview/tirweb/hypermedia/michael_joyce/ReachTitle.html

"Lasting Image," Collaborative hypertext fiction (with Carolyn Guyer), Eastgate Systems, 1999. http://www.eastgate.com/LastingImage/Welcome.html

"On the Birthday of the Stranger," hyperfiction, inaugural work for the online version of the Evergreen Review, 1999. Note: the original version at http://www.evergreenreview.com/102/evexcite/joyce/nojoyce.html does not function correctly due to web problems at Evergreen Review; until that version is repaired a local version is available at http://faculty.vassar.edu/~mijoyce/OTBOTSrev3/index.html (title link above links there)

Twelve Blue, world-wide-web hyperfiction, Postmodern Culture and Eastgate Systems (co-published with Postmodern Culture) , 1996 and 1997. http://www.eastgate.com/TwelveBlue

ten last songs and a color plate, a web fancy.

Mola, world-wide-web interactive project with Carolyn Guyer, Nigel Kerr, Nancy Lin, and Suze Schweitzer. 1995 http://scribble.com/world3/meme1/voices.html



Dave Ciccoricco:

What Remains in Liam's Going, ebr 11-03-2003 http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/endconstruction/dialectical

A Language of the Ordinary or the ELEET, ebr 10-21-2008 http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/fictionspresent/knotted

Return to Twilight, ebr 17-26-2005 http://www.electronicbookreview.com/thread/endconstruction/notanend