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Archive for April, 2012

Do classics need more to compete in our digital future?

The interactive experience that Profile and Inkle have created in the Frankenstein book app might represent the way forward for promoting the classics to new generations.

Python Bytes : replicating the book signing experience

How do you replicate book signings in a digital environment

TLP's London Book Fair round-up

Last week’s London Book Fair kept The Literary Platform team busy – dashing from meeting to meeting, circling around the stalls and speaking on panels. This post collects our observations on all things LBF digital.

Magic Town seeks Marketing Manager

A leading interactive learning company is seeking a Marketing Manager for Magic Town, the first virtual world based on storytelling for young children…

TOC Bologna round-up

In celebration of International Children’s Book Day, we have a round-up of last month’s inspiring Tools of Change event at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair.


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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 »