Articles by Richard A Carter

Writing, Weaving, and Performativity: Some Notes on Solid State Poetry

Richard A Carter

As a researcher, my focus is on critically examining digital literature—texts and writing practices where digital media is rendered integral to the experience of literary or poetic forms. In recent years, I have been working so that my research manifests not just at the level of written critique, but also through creative practice, placing my… Read more »

Drone Poetry—On Deploying Sensory Technologies as Tools of Writing

Richard A Carter

In the Summer of 2017, I have found myself in the novel position of teaching a drone to write poetry. Such endeavours invariably have a story behind them, and this article will offer a short background on how my practice-led approach towards research has resulted in this latest project—which, at a still nascent stage of… Read more »