How to Tell a Story: UEA /Guardian Masterclass: Six Months Course starts January 2012
10 October 2011
UEA-Guardian Masterclass: From January 2012 I’ll be teaching a six month long course called ‘How to Tell a Story’. I’ll be teaching alongside my friend Jill Dawson; we teach on the same night, and we are teaching the same course, but we don’t teach together. The weekly class takes place in the Guardian building here in London. There’s a full outline of the course here.
McGill Drop-Out Gets PhD: Yesterday I had my Viva, otherwise known as oral defense, or external exam, for my PhD by Published Works. I passed, ‘with minor amendments’. Soon you will all have to call me DOCTOR!
Ebb & Flow: Ipswich schools digital stories project
29 June 2011
The digital stories project, Ebb & Flow, which I helped create with five secondary schools in Ipswich is online now, and looking great! For details of the project click on the link on the project homepage, but make sure to check out the great array of digital stories as well.
ELMCIP Electronic Cabaret - 16 June, 2011, Karlskrona Sweden
31 May 2011
Here’s the poster for this event in June in Sweden - can’t wait!
28 April - 1 May, Blue Metropolis Festival, Montreal
24 March 2011
I’ll be giving the annual Hugh MacLennan Memorial Lecture at McGill University on 28 April, followed by a series of events and masterclasses at the Blue Met festival; the festival programme is now available online. Really looking forward to spending a few days in Montreal.
Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2, launches today
For the month of February I will be Writer-in-Residence at OpenBook Toronto. I’ll be blogging about writing and reading, as well as answering questions and comments that come in to my via that website.