Digital Mentor

28 January 2009 in Press The Mistress of Nothing

When I was working for the Royal Literary Fund I used to have the thrilling job title of Virtual Fellow. ‘Royal Literary Fund Virtual Fellow’ - a kind of dignified, literary version of Keanu Reeves in ‘The Matrix’. I stopped being a Virtual Fellow when I took the post at DMU; there my job title is Reader in Creative Writing and New Media, which is also cool, as it suggests that what I do is lie on a sofa and read stuff off my laptop all day everyday.

But now I’ve had a request from a poet, asking if I will do some work for her as a Digital Mentor.  This is even better than being a Virtual Fellow.  So, if anyone out there needs a bit of digital mentoring, I’m your girl!!  katepullinger (at) yahoo (dot) co (dot) uk.


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