“if the texts that interest us mean something, it is the engagement and the appurtenance that encompass existence and writing in the same tissue, the same text.

(Jacques Derrida, Of Grammatology, trans. Gayatri Spivak. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press: 1974 p.150)

For tissue read textile, for appurtenance read impertinence.
A collection of texts. Each piece selected and presented by a member of the Electric Text, with a written response from another.  Follow the links.

Material / Response.
We suggest reading aloud.