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Archive for April, 2011

A paperless world: Artsmatrix event 5 May

5th May 2011 | 18:00 – 20:00 Exeter Central Library Members £6 | Non Members £8 Accessibility to digital literature more »

What will the library of the future look like?

“As much as I love the library, I’m 100% sure future libraries would be even more awesome. Just think how amazing the library will be in the future, with robots and electronics.”

A Visit from the Goon Squad app

As I was reading it, in physical form, I was reminded of BS Johnson’s experimental 1969 novel ‘The Unfortunates’, which famously comes in the form of 27 unbound sections in a box, to be read more or less in any order – Johnson suggests a beginning and an ending, but lets you sort the middle out yourself.

What will the library of the future look like?

As part of the London Word Festival, a night will be devoted to looking at what the library of the more »


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Call for Entries: New Media Writing Prize 2015

Bournemouth University in association with if: book UK announces the sixth annual New Media Writing Prize, now open for entries The competition more »

Join TLP and others for one day symposium at Victoria & Albert Museum, London

As part of the one day symposium, Friction and Fiction: IP, Copyright and Digital Futures, The Literary Platform founder, Sophie Rochester, more »

New research into Chinese publishing landscape

With wide-ranging social media, vast potential readerships, and innovative new literature models, China offers an overlooked yet increasingly attractive market more »