Sunday, 7 February 2010
Next week the if:book crew are off to The Hurst, the Arvon Foundation's Welsh base, to work on a digital sampler of work by mentored writers, then I'm speaking at a QCDA conference about Hotbook and other projects while we prepare for our schools project to be available for download after halfterm.
In May I'll be in Australia, working with Kate Eltham and the new Australian Institute for the Future of the Book in Brisbane and then appearing at THIS EVENT.
Meanland: Reading in a Time of Technology
The Wheeler Centre Auditorium, 6:15PM - 7:15PM, Wednesday 19 May 2010
Adrienne Nicotra explains how educational wikis might replace text books; novelist and programmer Paul Callaghan demonstrates the role narrative plays in today’s computer games; and the poet/composer Klare Lanson explores the intersection of music and text.
Posted by Chris Meade at 20:29