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Farina, Lara and Katherine Richards, eds. The Middle Shore. Raleigh, NC: Hyperrhiz Electric, 2018. DOI: 10.20415/elec/v1

The Middle Shore is a publication of Hyperrhiz Electric, a collaboration between Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures and Punctum Books. Hyperrhiz Electric is edited by Helen J. Burgess and Craig Saper, and receives support from the Department of English at NC State University.

Each title in Hyperrhiz Electric is assigned two external scholars who act as advisory editors and peer reviewers. The scholars for The Middle Shore were Whitney Trettien, University of Pennsylvania, and Asa Mittman, California State University, Chico.

Open Access

The Middle Shore is an open access title licensed as Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).

Technical Credits

Design & technical production by Helen J. Burgess.

The Middle Shore makes use of the TufteCSS stylesheet developed by Dave Liepmann, published under the MIT license.

Image Quilts were generated using the ImageQuilts extension for Chrome, built by Edward Tufte and Adam Schwartz, available from the Google Chrome store.

The front page infrastructure includes fullPage.js, a jquery library by Alvaro Trigo, published under the MIT License.

Some font icons use FontAwesome, published under the CC bt 4.0 and MIT licenses.

Marginal annotations are managed using the open source tool Hypothes.is.