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Writing and Publishing On-line: A New Age for Fiction and Poetry?

9:00am | Tuesday 19 March 2013
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About this Event:

Beyond eBooks and their markets, a growing number of writers use the Internet as a native space for writing fiction and poetry. They become literary bloggers, publish and interact on-line. Philippe Aigrain, Ivy Alvarez and Alexander Smith, chaired by Suzanne Aigrain, share views about the changes this brings about.

Philippe Aigrain, co-founder of La Quadrature du Net and Suzanne Aigrain, fellow of All Souls College, are the authors of Sharing: Culture and the Economy in the Internet Age. Ivy Alvarez, an award-winning poet is Our Own Voice’s Resident Poet for 2012, and author of two poetry books: Mortal and Disturbance. Alexander Smith is one of the editors of Dead Beats, a Sheffield-based, student-run publishing and performance poetry and short fiction organisation.