29 October 2016, 11:00 - 16:00
Led by Martin Zeilinger, Lecturer in Media, Anglia Ruskin University, this workshop explores this participative, easy-to-use, and free digital tool for writing interactive, non-linear narratives. Embraced by communities that have previously been marginalised by the institutionalised literary market (such as LGBT communities) Twine enjoys a growing international community of users creating and sharing everything from 21st century choose-your-own-adventure stories to epic novels, text-based games, and experimental digital poetry.
Please note: The workshop was originally going to be run by Twine author Anna Anthropy but unfortunately she is unable to due to a scheduling conflict.
Presented by Anglia Ruskin University.
The event is part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas.