Judy Malloy

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Electronic narrative pioneer Judy Malloy has been writing hypernarratives since 1986 when she began writing Uncle Roger (a narrative of sex and politics in Silicon Valley) in 1986 on Arts Com Electronic Network on the WELL. Her hyperfictions include: its name is Penelope; (Narrabase Press, 1990; Eastgate Systems, 1993) Forward Anywhere (with Cathy Marshall; Eastgate Systems, 1996) l0ve0ne (Eastgate Web Workshop) The Roar of Destiny Emanated From the Refrigerator; (1996-1998) Dorothy Abrona McCrae; (2000) A Party in Silver Beach; (2002) and Sanctuary. (2003) Her work has been exhibited internationally, including: The Boston CyberArts Festival; The Eighth International Symposium of Electronic Arts; Siggraph; Franklin Furnace; San Francisco Art Institute; Tisch School of the Arts, New York University; A Space, Toronto; Univ. of California, Berkeley; Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil; P.P.O.W.; The Women's Studio Workshop; the San Antonio Art Institute; The Los Angeles Institute for Contemporary Art; and The Houston Center for Photography; Artemesia Gallery; and Xerox PARC where she was an Artist in Residence. She has had work published by Eastgate Systems; E.P. Dutton, Tanam Press, St. Martin's Press, Seal Press, MIT Press, the National Endowment for the Arts website, Springer-Verlag, Heresies; and the Blue Moon Review. She is currently the Editor of NYFA Current, a publication of the New York Foundation for the Arts. http://www.judymalloy.net