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Archive for March, 2012

Ethical reading : a call to action or a middle-class pipe dream?

The book reader as an inherent ethical consumer is a myth, as is ethical consumption itself, argues Ewan Morrison.

Dans Mon Rêve wins Bologna Ragazzi Digital Prize

Winner of the Bologna Ragazzi Award is…

Five Stories High to take on Citizen Kane at the Flatpack Festival

This weekend Birmingham’s Flatpack Festival will play host to Five Stories High, a story relay take on Citizen Kane. This more »

Capital: sustaining the conversation

Latest digital project from Faber to support publication of Capital by John Lanchester

A New Generation of Children’s Stories

Looking ahead to Bologna Book Fair …

Don’t Diss Dystopia

Don’t Diss Dystopia… by Jeff Norton

Etgar Keret’s Dial-a-Story

Keret specialises in playful, inventive stories that are at their longest maybe a dozen pages long, but are often begun and ended within one or two turns of the page…

The International 24 Hour Book

The International 24 Hour Book… part II

The Space Between Us : 27 & 28 March

The National Association for Literature Development will host The Space Between Us conference on 27 and 28 March 2012. In more »

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Storyjacker and Contentment win IC tomorrow contest

Storyjacker and Contentment are among four UK start-ups selected by Innovate UK’s digital programme, IC tomorrow, as winners of its more »

New Media Writing Prize 2014: Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for the 2014 The New Media Writing Prize. The prize, now in its fourth year, was set up by Jim Pope of Bournemouth University, to showcase exciting and inventive stories that integrate a variety of formats, platforms, and digital media.

Crowd-editing Publisher Invites Readers to Make Good Books Better

Advance Editions, launched 23 of this month is a bold new approach to both publishing and crowd-sourcing by drawing on the experience and knowledge of readers worldwide.