Edward Picot
Since 2002
Works in Cranbrook United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

BIO
Edward Picot lives in the UK with his wife and one daughter. He was born in 1958. He self-publishes works of hyperliterature and has written criticism for the P N Review (a UK-based literary print magazine), Slope and trAce. He has edited the first Slope Hyperliterature Issue (Spring 2003). His website is at http://www.edwardpicot.com
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DISCUSSION

New nonlinear fiction from Edward Picot


The Recycling Bins" is a new nonlinear story from Edward Picot, exploring the theme of small-town attitudes towards the environment, and including one song. It's now available at http://edwardpicot.com/binsindex.html for 25c via the BitPass micropayments system. (If you've never used BitPass, it only takes a few clicks, and they offer a wealth of interesting material such as online comics and music: see http://www.bitpass.com/ .)

Also new from Edward Picot: "The Bonfire", a prose poem with pictures; "Penguin Memories", a short piece for children with pictures and audio; "Sweetheart's Expedition", a short story with pictures, also for children; and a completely reorganised and updated links section, with links to many other exciting works of digital literature or new media. Please visit and browse at http://edwardpicot.com .

Please also visit and browse my other site, The Hyperliterature Exchange, which reviews and lists digital literature for sale: it's at http://hyperex.co.uk .

Happy New Year!

DISCUSSION

The Hyperliterature Exchange (Nov 04)


New on The Hyperliterature Exchange for November 2004 -

"Hyperventiliterature" - Edward Picot reviews "The Breathing Wall", an experimental ghost story/murder myster on CD-Rom, which interacts with the breathing of the viewer or reader. Go to http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewbreathingwall.php .

The Hyperliterature Exchange is an online directory of hyperliterature (literature designed for computers) for sale on the Web, with links to the places where it can be bought. It also publishes reviews and articles. Please visit and browse at http://hyperex.co.uk .

- Edward Picot
personal website - http://edwardpicot.com

DISCUSSION

The Hyperliterature Exchange (Oct 04)


New on The Hyperliterature Exchange for October 2004 -

"John Peel: The Man who Span the Platters that Mattered" - Edward Picot pays tribute to the UK's most influential champion of alternative music. Go to http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewjohnpeel.php .

The Hyperliterature Exchange is an online directory of hyperliterature (literature designed for computers) for sale on the Web, with links to the places where it can be bought. It also publishes reviews and articles. Please visit and browse at http://hyperex.co.uk .

- Edward Picot
personal website - http://edwardpicot.com

DISCUSSION

The Hyperliterature Exchange (Sep 2004)


New on The Hyperliterature Exchange for September 2004 -

"Troubling Utopia": Edward Picot reviews Avatara, a mindblowing DVD-documentary from Canada, filmed entirely inside an online virtual-reality community. Go to http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewavatara.php .

The Hyperliterature Exchange is an online directory of hyperliterature (literature designed for computers) for sale on the Web, with links to the places where it can be bought. It also publishes reviews and articles. Please visit and browse at http://hyperex.co.uk .

Apologies for cross-postings.

- Edward Picot
personal website - http://edwardpicot.com

DISCUSSION

The Hyperliterature Exchange (June 2004)


New on The Hyperliterature Exchange for June 2004 -

"PODs, Micropayments and Adverts" - a discussion of Lulu.com, BitPass and AdSense by Edward Picot. Go to http://hyperex.co.uk/reviewlulubit.php .

The Hyperliterature Exchange is an online directory of hyperliterature for sale on the Web, with links to the places where it can be bought. It also publishes reviews and articles. Please visit and browse at http://hyperex.co.uk .

My personal website has also been updated, with links to recently-published articles and poetry. Please visit and browse at http://edwardpicot.com .

Apologies for any cross-postings.

- Edward Picot