Wednesday, February 11th, 2015
3:00 pm (Melbourne time / AEDT - convert to your timezone?)

Show and Tell: New Kinds of Narratives

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In Show and Tell: New Kinds of Narratives, join a handful of writers and app developers as, in quick succession, they let you know about their latest games, writing tools, and interactive projects. With each artist given three minutes to describe their work, DWF’s ‘Show and Tell’ series provides the best way to sample what’s happening across the literary web in 2015.

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Artists in this event:

Adelaide Rief

Originally from Melbourne, Adelaide is now a fiercely proud resident of the fine city of Canberra, a devoted bike rider and curious cook. She is a co-coordinator of Scissors Paper Pen (a local literary collective presenting readings, workshops and a radio show), broadcaster on 2XXFM, and producer for You Are Here, Canberra’s festival of experimental and emerging arts.

@Adelaide__R (two underscores!) – @ScissorPaperPen (yes, just a singular scissor!) – @YouAreHere_Fest

Annabel Smith

Annabel Smith is the author of The Ark, Whisky Charlie Foxtrot, and A New Map of the Universe, which was shortlisted for the WA Premier’s Book Awards. Her short fiction and non-fiction has been published in Southerly, Westerly, and Kill Your Darlings. She holds a PhD in Writing, is an Australia Council Creative Australia Fellow, and is a member of the editorial board of Margaret River Press.

Jonno Revanche

Jonno Revanche is an expert on writing within the digital world – you should have seen their myspace blog back in 2006. Jonno is an artist and a writer as well as being editor of Vaein, Australia’s first LGBTQ zine for young artists. They’ve also had their work published in Overland, Rolling Stone, the Adelaide Fashion Week website, Lip Mag, and TheStyleCon.

Mez Breeze

Since 1994, Mez’s award-winning digital writing/games have been influential in shaping interactive genres. Her works reside in Collections such as The World Bank, the National Library of Australia and Duke University. Mez is also the Creative Director of @MezBreezeDesign, an Advisor to The Mixed Augmented Reality Art Research Organisation, Senior Research Affiliate with The Humanities and Critical Code Studies Lab and Judge of Bournemouth University’s 2014 New Media Writing Prize.

Karys McEwan

Karys McEwen is a Melbourne-based librarian, writer and curator. She makes zines, participates in local exhibitions and in late 2014 she self-published her blog The Something Fine Project with the support of Blurb Books and the Melbourne Writer’s Festival.