28 October 2016, 19:00 - 20:30
This panel discussion will feature three authors at the cutting edge of their fields, who all engage creatively and critically in digital writing and who seek to represent the contemporary and future digital experience for their readers. Speakers include Award winning novelist and digital story teller Kate Pullinger; critically acclaimed young adult fiction writer, Saci Lloyd; and Hannah Powell-Smith, who uses the participatory online writing tool Twine to create popular shared stories and games (Hannah will replace Anna Anthropy, who unfortunately can’t attend due to a scheduling conflict).
You may also be interested in the workshops presented on Saturday 29 October: ‘Twined: experimenting with digital writing using Twine’ and 'Digital Voice in Young Adult Fiction'.
The event is part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas.