Astrid Ensslin and Jen Smith will be giving a paper titled “Exploring Methodologies for Studying Readers of Digital-born Fiction” at the “Real, Ideal, or Implied? The Reader in Stylistics” Symposium at the University of Nottingham on 24th June 2014.
We look forward to discussing the development of our methodology with real and ideal symposium delegates, and we welcome constructive feedback.
Hope to see you in Nottingham!
Prof. Astrid Ensslin is presenting our first project poster at Bangor University today. The poster outlines our methodological deliberations for our first empirical study on textual ‘you’ in digital fiction.
If you’re not in Wales and you’d like to see it, check out Our Research page.
From 21 October-14 November 2014, Bank Street Arts will be hosting an exhibition of digital fiction curated by Dr. Alice Bell and Prof. Astrid Ensslin.
We’re delighted to announce that Kate Pullinger will be giving a public lecture during Off the Shelf this October. In conjunction with our exhibition at Bank Street Arts, Kate will be speak about her digital and print fiction in a lecture titled “Beyond the Book: Digital Fiction”.