This article is a version of an longer essay entitled ‘The Birth of the Book Trailer in the Twenty-First Century… Read more »
Magazine Articles: digital
An app for students and fans of American novella Of Mice and Men is launched today by Mammoth Graphics. It… Read more »
From today, Wednesday 21 May, and up until 4 August, everyone can contribute their letter, by visiting the website 1418NOW.org.uk/letter and entering it onto the site directly, or sending it by Royal Mail to LETTER TO AN UNKNOWN SOLDIER, PO Box 73102, London EC1P 1TY.
Some think that the next stage in the life of digital publishing will be a new model (subscription, serialisation, supplementary), or a new platform, or a new device. At Salt, we think the next stage will simply be new content.
In 1986 Judy Malloy published her novella Uncle Roger online as a narrative database or ‘narrabase’. In the second part… Read more »
We can feel threatened by gaming, or we can see the potential for a productive new storytelling space between books and games. Exploring that space isn’t straightforward…
In 1986 Judy Malloy published her novella Uncle Roger online as a narrative database or ‘narrabase’. In the first part… Read more »
How many sides does a circle have, Sir? What happens when you divide by zero, Sir? What is the biggest… Read more »
Visual Verse is a new online anthology of art and words. Each month, we post a striking image by a… Read more »
The Publishing for Digital Minds conference kicked off London Book Fair 2014 today, Monday 7 April, with some great, thought-provoking… Read more »
London based digital publishing consultancy The Literary Platform has programmed a series of events during London Book Fair (April 7-10),… Read more »
The British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur (YCE) programme celebrates entrepreneurial skills and drive within the creative industries and has been… Read more »