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New Media Writing Prize 2012: Shortlist announced

Bournemouth University and if:book UK have announced the shortlist for the 2012 New Media Writing Prize. The shortlisted works are:

Kristi Barnet: Hurst (aka @Karen Barley) http://www.karenbarley.co.uk/

JR Carpenter: Cityfish http://luckysoap.com/cityfish/

Jerome Fletcher: Pentimento  http://air.falmouth.ac.uk/digitallit/pentimento

Daniel M Goodbrey: A Duck Has an Adventure http://emerl.com/stuff/duck.html

Mark C Marino: Living Will http://markcmarino.com/tales/livingwill.html

Katherine Norman: Window http://www.novamara.com/window

Stevan Zivadinovic: Hobo Lobo of Hamelin http://hobolobo.net/

The winner will be announced at the Prize ceremony on Wednesday the 28th of November at Bournemouth University, judged by Sarah Butler, Lisa Gee, Sam Missingham and Louise Rice. This year a People’s Choice Award will be introduced. You can vote for your favourite at: http://newmediawritingprize.co.uk

For more information or an invitation to the event, please contact Lisa Gee or Chris Meade at if:book UK

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