In Narvik a couple of weeks ago I talked about young Norwegian net writers, and I particularly mentioned Karina Junker Larsens web papirepler and Mia Frogners torquate.net. This evening I had an email from Mia and a comment from Karina, which also led me to an interesting-looking writing course that uses weblogs and wikis and had linked to Mia’s site. Torquate’s currently home of a beautiful web poem which is constructed from bits of song lyrics by TOOL, combined with some of Mia’s own responding words, design and images. Apparently the content of the site changes regularly, though. Mia also has a web , Hungry Eyes.

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