Anyone interested in German language electronic literature will be pleased to find Beat Suter’s catalogue of it: “Diese datenbank mit dem korpus deutschsprachiger hyperfictions liefert drei kommentierte listen zum thema hyperfiction.” Beat Suter, who’s based in Z¸rich, has also published and presented a pile of papers on hypertext fiction, mostly in German, which means I can understand enough to see that I’d love to read them but not enough to really understand them. His site, Cyberfiction.ch, also published new German language hyperfiction.
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thank you for mentioning my database on German electronic literature. The list has been started ten years ago, it contains only some recent material. It is still quite usable and offers short descriptions and access to important projects. On the other hand it needs revising. Incidentally your links don’t work. The URLs are: http://www.cyberfiction.ch and http://www.cyberfiction.ch/liste.asp . As you and your readers may be interested in essays on digital literature, I recommend a look into our archive on http://www.netzliteratur.net, it contains full texts of more than 100 essays on digital literature, however most texts are in German …