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ipertulia has been perpetrated by Susana Pajares Tosca, doctor in Information Sciences for her PhD thesis on Hypertext and Literature defended at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. She has been a visiting researcher at Brown University, Oxford University and Texas A&M University. She has talked and published extensively on hypertext, computer games and cyberculture both in Spain and abroad. She has served in various international conference program committees, including the ACM Hypertext conferences and the AACE Webnet conferences. As the editor of "Hipertulia", she has worked on the first Spanish digital literary magazine, Especulo, since it appeared in 1996. She is Hypertext Theme Editor in the Journal of Digital Information of the University of Southampton. In 2000 she received the ACM Ted Nelson Newcomer Award for her paper "A Pragmatics of Links".

She has worked as a lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, and is now an assistant professor at the IT University of Copenhagen.

She'll be very happy to read your feedback if you write to:

Hipertulia wouldn't exist without the infinite patience and editorial abilities of Joaquín Mª Aguirre Romero, Chief Editor of Especulo, who would probably kill me if I give details about his cv here). From him I have learned whatever good things you find in these webpages. The bad things you can complain about in the address above.

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