Not a joke — Christian Crumlish, the curator of Yahoo!’s pattern library and co-author of Designing Social Interfaces, has joined the illustrious Fictionaut Board of Advisors.

A pioneer of online literature, Christian co-founded Enterzone in 1994, one of the first purely Web-based literary magazines focusing on experimental electronic writing and art. Christian’s web site is Mediajunkie, and you can follow him on Twitter at @mediajunkie. We’re delighted to have him guiding and advising Fictionaut’s development. Welcome aboard!


  1. Gary Percesepe

    how cool

    and welcome, christian–

    enterzone published some of my early stories & poems, a wonderful, original site–

    cheers,

    gary

  2. J├╝rgen

    Not just that, Gary — I just discovered we were in the same issue: http://ezone.org/ez/e7/stories.html

  3. xian

    Thanks, Gary! Those were heady days. In many ways I feel that Fictionaut represents (at least on the writing side) what I dreamed of when we were handcoding Enterzone, with very little capacity for community features beyond traditional word-of-mouth and off-line networking.

  4. gary percesepe

    boom! wow, let me manage a weak yelp! jurgen, indeed, we were in the same issue of enterzone! who knew?

    actually, i think we were in a few of the same issues of MR, but maybe i imagined that–

    and xian, yes–heady days. martha conway is here at FN, though i never see her. and girl jesus–remember girl jesus, amy halloran? don’t see her much either–

    cheers,

    g

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