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The Bookseller and The Literary Platform are pleased to announce the final line up for the third annual FutureBook Innovation more »
Jim Hinks, Digital Editor at Comma Press, discusses the origins of Gimbal, a new storytelling app allows busy commuters to 'read the city' as they travel.
The London Literature Festival is taking place at the Southbank Centre between 20th May and 5th June. Heralded as the festival's most ambitious and inventive programme to date, the lineup is set to include two key technology and digital innovation focused events:
New web app Scholary was borne out of frustration with academia's failure to embrace editing know-how. Founder Daniel Duma explains why he thinks automated editing might be the future of writing.
We would like to remind you about the two deadlines for The Literary Consultancy's Writing in a Digital Age conference 7th-8th June; For this year's cutting-edge conference for writers working at all levels, TLC in collaboration with Amphora Arts has again assembled a wide range of industry-leading partners.
Royal Society of Literature seeking new Communications Manager to increase media coverage of RSL programme and activities, traffic to the website and membership take-up through the development and implementation of a comprehensive print and digital publicity and marketing strategy.
We take embedded video and other media for granted now, but embedded stories? The new Readwave widget offers a handy way to share stories through social media, as Readwave co-founder Rob Tucker explains.
Comics fan, TLP's Managing Editor Leila Johnston reflects on the comics she grew up with, and speculates on some of the very different demands of the burgeoning digital market.
The Writing Platform bursary winners have been announced. As their projects get underway, Managing Editor Leila Johnston reflects on the changing landscape of writing.
Now that you have to learn how to code (you have no choice, will.i.am has spoken), and you’ve missed the boat with national education, which one of the free online or not so free coding courses will you choose?
George Walkley tries out the new 39 Steps app for iPad, by Faber and The Story Mechanics.
The Writing Platform is pleased to announce the first beneficiaries of its bursary scheme awarding two writer-technologist partnerships with £3000 each.
The Newcastle Writing Conference presents an opportunity for new and emerging fiction writers to explore and learn about trends in publishing, new markets for writing, as well as a chance to connect with other authors and industry experts.
Adapting Joyce is no mean feat, but the creators of iPad graphic novel Ulysses Seen took up the challenge. The app's editor explains how they pulled it off.
Despite initial skepticism, James Higgs is quickly won over by a new graphical Ulysses app.
The challenge of ‘discoverability’ remains a favourite topic for the book industry: how do we ensure that we get the more »
The Bookseller’s annual FutureBook Innovation Workshop in association with The Literary Platform returns 30th May 2013. This year’s half day more »
The publishing industry is grappling with whether it can make the gifting of an ebook a pleasurable experience, and concurrently more »
Spanish studio Play Creatividad have created iPoe Collection, an interactive and illustrated Edgar Allan Poe app.
Collaborations between writers and fans are nothing new, but a new wave of projects are revisiting the concept with modern technology – and compelling results for both parties. Chris Farnell explains.`