An exercise in digital publishing and distribution with Frankfurt Book Fair.
The Literary Platform and The Curved House have teamed up to offer affordable workshops for authors.
A bursary programme that supports collaboration between writers and technologists.
Designing and running a practical workshop on Consumer Engagement for 12 independent publishers.
A four-day pop up radio station on FM and digital for Fiction Uncovered with interviews live from Foyles Bookshop, creating numerous podcasts for online dissemination.
A new initiative developed by the Creative Economy team at the British Council with Nesta and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
A project conceived and created by The Literary Platform and Kate Pullinger to serve the needs of writers in the digital age.
The annual event looking at storytelling projects using technology innovatively in anticipation of how these might be relevant to the publishing world of the future.
Launching ‘London: A City Through Time’, chart-topping app for iPad and winner of the Futurebook Award for Best Reference App.
Project management for an award-winning digital skills sharing programme to support inter-sector learning between publishers and librarians.
The Literary Platform team are working with Goldsmiths University over the next four years on the CREATe project exploring issues of copyright and business models in publishing.
We pulled together experts from the fields of publishing, digital writing and interactive TV to discuss the rise of digital publishing and what it means for authors, readers and publishers.