Don’t miss this rare and excellent opportunity to hear digital writer and artist Kate Pullinger discuss her work.
Kate Pullinger is a Canadian novelist and author of digital fiction. She is Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Media at Bath Spa University where she is also Director of the Centre for Research in the Cultural and Creative Industries. Her most recent fiction, Jellybone, a novel for smartphones, was published in September 2017 (available for free via the Oolipo app). She has published numerous other works including her 2009 novel The Mistress of Nothing which won the Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction. Her prize-winning digital fiction projects Inanimate Alice and Flight Paths: A Networked Novel have reached audiences around the world. Her most recent work is an ambient literature project; a ghost story to be read on phones using APIs to personalise the reading experience for every reader. Try it at breathe-story.com – it takes about 15 minutes to read, and is a collaboration with Google Creative Lab Sydney and Visual Editions.