Literary Studies in the Digital Age

Four new essays join Literary Studies in the Digital Age, the first born-digital open-access anthology to appear on MLA Commons. Edited by Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens, the collection aims to familiarize readers with tools and techniques used in digital literary studies. Readers are invited to activate their MLA Commons accounts (a benefit of membership in the association) in order to comment on essays, submit essays and ideas for future iterations of the volume, and upload drafts of their own work to the DLS Anthology group. The volume is free and accessible to all at http://dlsanthology.commons.mla.org.

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Hans G. Ruprecht

Congratulations to editors Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens. That’s great news! I should like you to know that we at Radio CKCU/Literary News http//carleton.ca/litnews/ of Carleton U in Ottawa would
love to bring the work of the DLS Anthology group to the attention of our listeners. Maybe talking to you ‘à micro ouvert’.
Best wishes,
Hans G. Ruprecht
host & producer
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Amiya Bhushan Sharma

It is exciting news. I look forward to seeing “Literary Studies in a Digital Age”. Congratulations to editors Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens. Best, Amiya Bhushan Sharma, SOH, IGNOU, New Delhi

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