One of O. Westin’s untitled microblogs (@MicroSFF) contains two characters having a conversation about teleporting. Westin uses external conflict in crafting dialog between a man and a teleport attendant. The story ends with the man saying “Oh.” This shows the internal conflict
Hello, creators! My name is Brian and I will be introducing you to digital storytelling. Creators are imaginative people who make stories, art, memes, and many other creative objects. I, for example, create stories. I have written and published fiction and nonfiction
I’ve given much thought lately to digital spaces. In 2015, I finished my dissertation about the nonhuman, specifically nonhuman animals in Native American Literature. I spent my entire graduate career thinking about what it means to be human and the myriad ways
Nerdia has been doing digital storytelling since the mid-nineties! So she’s been telling stories via the internet for about as long as the internet has been around. Listen to Nerdia talk about her creative process.
Gibson constructed the console cowboy, but we are the digital Natives. We are the original Natives of the web, the tech-savvy NDNs weaving in and out of discussion threads, the warriors with keyboards who carry sparks into cyberspace. We are the coders
ᎣᏏᏲ, ᏙᎯᏧ? Brian Hudson ᏓᏆᏙ. ᏩᏙ. Hello, how are you? My name is Brian Hudson. Thanks for coming to English 1102: Argumentative and Analytic Writing. I’m originally from the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, where I’m a citizen. I’ve taught college writing for
This morning, I heard an entertaining story about an ostrich—with its head in the window—chasing a car and aggressively eating the kibble from the hands of a terrified young girl at a drive-thru zoo. What made the story so entertaining was not
The title of this blog entry is the output from the first program I coded in Cherokee. I translate it as “Hello, World!”, which is a very common program for beginning coders to learn. The introductory programming exercise is very simple. It