Deena Larsen describes her Fundamentals website as "Hornbook," "Reader," "Coloring Book," and "Prompter." Readers familiar with Larsen's vast body of creative work will note that these various designations offer a first lesson on a key feature of the hypertext format--the ability to organize information across multiple lines with different effects. Thus, the site can be read as a Hornbook (initiating new readers into electronic literature), a Reader (directing readers to a broad list of works from various authors), a Coloring Book (presenting exercises that teach basic skills for electronic writers), and a Prompter (providing prompts to launch new authors into writing projects of their own). Each section focuses on a particular rhetorical aspect of Electronic Literature beyond words (links, images, sounds, context, contradiction, layout, layering, fonts, constraints, hidden pages, etc.). A typical node is broken down into the following sections: Exploration, Explanation, Exercise, Experiment, and Exchange. This schema transports the reader from learning to doing with a strong emphasis on community and sharing. Though the explicit aim is to teach "Rhetorical Devices for Electronic Literature," many of the exercises can be done with pen and paper, demonstrating a commitment to accessibility and writing in contexts where computers are not necessarily always available or skills may be limited. Furthermore, Larsen demonstrates through her down-to-earth explanations that these techniques are not strictly confined to the realm of Electronic, but that they resonate with many aspects of reading, writing, and thinking. In addition, Larsen includes a teacher's guide, a list of digital tools (including both proprietary and non-proprietary software), and a basic glossary, making it an excellent introduction for curious readers, aspiring hypermedia writers, and teachers at all levels.