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Digital literature is a form of literary creation technology which already has a large tradition , the specificity of which can be explained on the basis of the various elements of complexity presents: the physical complexity ( what and how ) the complexity of authorship (who makes the programmer , machine … ) , complexity receptive ( the logic of reading the digital environment and the formats used by various creators determine ) the typological complexity ( variety and confusion genres , hybridization of a writing here and now ) and perceptual complexity ( as read with what we do , etc.).
Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar, Mark Saporta, Augusto and Haroldo de Campos, Apollinaire/Salvat Papasseit/Guillermo, Ana María Uribe, Ramon Dachs, Grupo 63, Oulipo Group, Christopher Strachey, Philippe Bootz, Michaelm, Joyce, Shelley Jackson, Marjorie Luesebrink, Deena Larsen, Ariana-Sophia Karsonis, Christine Wilks, Serge Bouchardon, Domenico Chiappe, Alison Clifford, Jaime Alejandro Rodríguez, Rui Torres, David Clark, Stuart Moulthrop, Luís Calvo/Pedro Valdeolmillos, Laura Borràs, Ton Ferret, Isaías Herrero, Berta Rubio, Màrius Sampere, Les formigues, Stephanie Strickland and Cynthia Lawson, Jörg Piringer, T.S. Eliot, Octavio Paz, Aya Karpinska, Erik Loyer, Bruno Nadeau, Bruno Nadeau, Camille Utterback, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Bryan Barrachina and Calamar e-kids, Jason Nelson, Roderick Coover/Nick Montfort and Scoot, Eugenio Tisselli, María Mencia, Jerome Fletcher, Isaías Herrero