BeeHive

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The BeeHive collection is eclectic — made up of original fiction, poetry and critical theory titles, hypermedia works, visual poetry and other forms of creative network practice […] it has evolved into an important resource for online literary media.

-Talan Memmott

BeeHive was first published in May of 1998 and was active until 2002. It has published more than 100 authors and has a variety of media and poetry collections. Some well known authors found in the BeeHive archive are: Talan Memmott, Carolyn Guertin, Reiner Strasser, William Poundstone, Alan Sondheim, Nick Montfort, and Mez.

This publication has not yet been reviewed in I ♥ E-Poetry, though a handful of works were reviewed in other venues. If you wish to contribute entries on this publication, feel free to contact the editor.

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Publisher and Editor: Talan Memmott
Years of Publication: Vol 1 (1998), Vol 2 (1999), Vol 3 (2000), Vol 4 (2001), Vol. 5 (2002)

 

Works Reviewed

Volume 3

Issue No.4

Volume 4  

Issue No. 1      

Issue No. 2

 

Works Not Reviewed

Note: You can find links to the works within each volume.

 Volume 1

Links to individual works are in the volumes.

  • Mapping the Acephale by John Attebury, David J. Beaulieu,
  • George Dunn, Talan Memmott, Don Socha
  • Kathy Acker- Steven Shaviro
  • Bread Crumbs- Talan Memmott

Issue No.2

  • “Queen Bees and the Hum of the Hive” by Carolyn Guertin

Issue No. 3

  • “Jilt- A Romance” by Talan Memmott

Issue No. 4

  • “Swarm: 1998 Beehive Poetry Anthology” by John Birkbeck,
    Janet I. Buck, Dwight Homer, Thom Kellar, Michael Rothenberg,
    David Sutherland, and Doug Tanoury

Volume 2

Issue No.1

  • “Threading Through the Petrified Glyph” by Joel Weishaus
  • “She/it” by Jeff Parker

Issue No. 3

  • “Renovation” by Jeff Thompson

Issue No.4 

  • “Location and Seahorse” by Reiner Strasser

Issue No.5

  • “Sky Scratchez” by Mez and Talan Memmott
  • “Skeleton Sky” by Carolyn Guertin

Volume 3

Issue No.1

  • “The Roots of Nonlinearity: Toward a Theory of Web-Specific Art-Writing” by Christy Sheffield Sanford

Issue No.2

  • “AMYGDALA” by Joel Weishaus
  • “Poem by Numbers” by Ted Warnell
  • “The Halo Brace” by Jeffrey Thomson
  • “Mist Ridge” by Barry Smylie, Robin Baker, George Stepanenko

Issue No. 3

  • “Modern Keller” by Jacqueline Goss
  • “PROJECTS FOR MOBILE PHONES” by Alan Sondheim

Issue No. 4 

  • “The Art of M[ez]ang.elle.ing: Constructing Polysemic & Neology Fic/Factions Online” by Mez

Volume 4

Issue No. 1

  • “On Stelarc” by Alan Sondheim and Stelarc
  • “The Girl and the Wolf”  by Nick Montfort

Issue No. 2

  • “War Games” by Jennifer Ley
  • “Issues in Phenomenology” by Ryan Whyte
  • “The Country Between Us” by Diane Greco

Issue No.3 

  • “The Dream Life” by Thom Swiss
  • “Digital Code and Literary Text” by Florian Cramer
  • “Invention (Cyberpoetry)” by Komninos Zervos

Volume 5

  • “Panhandle” by Jason Nelson
  • “The Meddlesome Passenger” by Scott Rettberg
  • “_][ad][Dressed in a Skin C.ode_” by Mez
  • “Intersperse, Ugly” by Peter Howard

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