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    Virtual Verse in the Library: Surveying the E-Poetry Landscape Virtual Verse in the Library: Surveying the E-Poetry Landscape Presentation Transcript

    • Virtual Verse in the Library: Surveying the E-Poetry Landscape Harriett Green, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | green19@illinois.edu Rachel Fleming-May, University of Tennessee, Knoxville |rf-m@utk.edu The Issues: • The Council of Literary Magazines and Presses Directory lists nearly 200 online literary journals today • Poetry is among the most heavily represented genre, but there is little record or digital preservation of e-poetry works Project: Awarded an IMLS National Leadership Planning Grant to investigate methods of indexing individual works of online-only poetry Responses from Publisher, Faculty, and Librarian Surveys Issues in creating an online-only poetry index “I would like to think there's a general repository of some sort out there in cyberland so that online poems would be accessible & not simply consigned to oblivion after their initial appearance.” .—Faculty Member Activities: • Surveyed 200 faculty, librarians, and literary publishers in 3 separate surveys • Interviewed 19 poets, literary scholars, publishers, and librarians journal goes offline when the domain and hosting bill lapses, it'd be a way to index and preserve the work published online. There have been a few very good ejournals that have folded recently, and I hope they remain online.” —Publisher Has the availability of poetry online changed the way you find and read poetry? • Complete environmental scan of online poetry publishing • Assess information behaviors and experiences with online-only poetry of poets, literary scholars, publishers, and librarians “When e-journals fold and their Not Sure 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% • TO COME: Identify potential partners for development and maintenance of online poetry index ANADP II Action Assembly November 18-20, 2013 No Yes MFA Faculty Librarians I think that we'll continue to have print only literary publications, but I see online-only poetry … as continuing to develop. My chief concern is actually long term preservation.” —Librarian Literary Publishers Challenges and considerations in online publishing: “Formatting the work, maintaining accurate archives, the sense of an "eternal present" for an archived work.” —Publisher