Richard Holeton

Richard Holeton (born December 28, 1952) is an American writer and higher-education administrator. Holeton's creative works are foundational in the hypertext and electronic literature genres. As a writer, his most notable work is the hypertext novel ''Figurski at Findhorn on Acid,'' which has been recognized as an important early work of electronic literature and is included in the hypertext canon.

A 20th Anniversary Edition of ''Figurski at Findhorn on Acid,'' in archival and contemporary versions, was released in 2021 by Washington State University Vancouver’s Electronic Literature Lab. Holeton's work is collected in The NEXT Museum, a digital preservation space.

Holeton's short fiction has appeared in literary journals and anthologies including ''ZYZZYVA'', '''', ''Grain'', ''OPEN: Journal of Arts & Letters'', the ''Indiana Review'', and the ''Mississippi Review''.

Holeton also authored the textbooks ''Composing Cyberspace: Identity, Community, and Knowledge in the Electronic Age'' and ''Encountering Cultures: Reading and Writing in a Changing World''. Provided by Wikipedia
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