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Tech and Storytelling Part 2: Transmedia Novels?

Tech and Storytelling Part 2: Transmedia Novels? | Edumathingy | Scoop.it

Erik Wecks:  "I would argue that despite the distribution of storytelling across a variety of media platforms, in most transmedia stories one type of media carries the backbone of the storytelling. In this post, I want to talk about the potential for novels — long form fiction, based in text — to serve as the backbone for a transmedia experience" ...


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Watch a novel being written 'live'

Watch a novel being written 'live' | Edumathingy | Scoop.it
Alison Flood: Fantasy author is offering readers the chance to watch her novel taking shape, word by word, on a Google document...
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Update on Mark Staufer’s The Numinous Place – The Evolution of Storytelling

Update on Mark Staufer’s The Numinous Place – The Evolution of Storytelling | Edumathingy | Scoop.it

Britta Reque-Dragicevic:  "‘The Numinous Place’ is the world’s first truly multidimensional work of fiction – technology and creativity merge harmoniously to create a uniquely experiential new medium" ...


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How "Pepys Road" Takes You into the Fictional World of Britain's Coming "Lost Decade"

How "Pepys Road" Takes You into the Fictional World of Britain's Coming "Lost Decade" | Edumathingy | Scoop.it
Some of the most intriguing innovations in story­telling these days are happening in the UK, where broadcasting networks, book publishers, and even newspapers have embraced the idea of creating immersive narratives that invite the audience to join in...
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Ricard Garcia's comment, April 11, 2012 11:49 PM
Molt bon Scoop, Montse! Molt interessant! Ja l'he posat al meu!