Continuing on with Playing the Text, Performing the Future: Future Narratives in Print and Digiture.
This week I am wrapping up, Playing the Text, Performing the Future: Future Narratives in Print and Digiture, thank goodness. This should be the final and heaviest reading of my research. So heavy, actually, that it will require at least two to three annotated bibliographic entries. Because of the length of the text and the sectional breakdown, I went with bullet points on this one. I have picked up a lot, however.
So, let’s get started.
Alright, let’s talk HyMNs, SC, PCs, CMs, and ANUs.
Got a big one today. A big, useful one.
It’s been over a week since I last posted anything because I decided to take a break and recharge the batteries. I am now sitting here with a sunburn and wrestling with some thoughts regarding my research.
At this point, as I have a creative thesis, I feel I am reaching the end of the IF research for my project. Between the major sources I have found, and some of the multi-paper collections and conference proceedings, I feel as though I have a pretty good handle on the critical history portion of my proposal. I will likely knock out a fair number of the annotated bibliography entries, of course, because my research is not done, however, I will be focusing more on quality than quantity in the sense that I will probably not be annotating articles that are not super-relatable to what I am doing. As such, expect the bibliographic annotation posts to slow down a bit. I will still be reading multiple things a week, but at this point, I’ve read enough of the research to know exactly what I need and would much rather focus on those texts that I find that directly relate to what I am doing, or do not regurgitate that which I’ve already come across. As fun as IF is you can only read to many discussions on canonicity without falling asleep a page or two in.
Of course, I bring all this up because I’ve neglected the horror angle of this project a bit because I had become mired in the minutia of IF. Expect some more horror-related topics soon. In particular, I want to write a little bit about those horror stories that are influencing my own stories.
So expect a couple of bibliographic annotations this week, but as there will be fewer of those, I hope the pendulum will swing in the other direction and we’ll get some more diverse blog entries going here.
Two papers today from the same collection. That actually brings me to 6 annotated bibliographic annotations this week. Best of all, they both should be super useful.
A little theme music for this one. Let’s talk about finding too much good stuff.
This is a day where there is both little, and plenty, as you’ll see in the following two annotations.
I have a rather long pair of articles I have gone through today, so I will be posting them separately.