Electronic Literature

M. D. Coverley

Marjorie Coverley Luesebrink teaches writing at Irvine Valley College and writes hypermedia fiction as M.D. Coverley. After completing a degree in English, she attended UC Irvine for an MFA Luesebrink was initially involved with print writing, publishing short stories and feature articles. She started working with computers in the early 1980’s and began writing fiction for in-hand media and the web in 1995.

Her full-length interactive electronic novel is Califia (Eastgate Systems, 2001), and her most recent long work is Egypt: The Book of Going Forth by Day (2006), available for order at her website. Coverley's web short stories and essays have appeared in The Iowa Review Web, BeeHive, Artifacts, Cauldron & Net, The Blue Moon Review, Riding the Meridian, Salt Hill, New River, Currents in Electronic Literacy, Bunk, Poems That Go, Enterzone, The Salt River Review, Aileron, Blast 5 (Alt X Publications), Room Without Walls, and frame.. Coverley/Luesebrink is the Hypermedia Editor for The Blue Moon Review and an Associate Editor for Word Circuits and Inflect. She is on the Board of Directors of the Electronic Literature Organization.