Stephanie Strickland’s 10 books of poetry include How the Universe Is Made: Poems New & Selected (2019 Ahsahta) and Ringing the Changes, a code-generated project for print based on the ancient art of tower bell-ringing (Fall 2019 Counterpath). Her other books include Dragon Logic and The Red Virgin: A Poem of Simone Weil. Her print work garnered two Alice Fay Di Castagnola Prizes and the Sandeen, Brittingham, NEH, NEA, Boston Review, Pushcart, and Best American Poetry awards. Her co-authored eleven works of electronic literature include slippingglimpse, which maps text to Atlantic wave patterns; House of Trust, an homage to free public libraries; and Hours of the Night, an MP4 PowerPoint poem probing age and sleep.
Strickland has written, as well, a number of essays about digital literature. An interview treating her practice extensively appears in CounterText and is freely accessible. A member of the Board of Directors of the Electronic Literature Organization, Strickland edited Electronic Literature Collection Volume 1. Her work across print and multiple media is being collected by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book And Manuscript Library at Duke University. For more information, visit her website.
In this interview she read a poem that can be seen here.