Join us at 1pm on Friday 6th December at Luminous Books for an informal talk about storytelling as a mode of publishing, and other creative modes of distribution, with Louise O’Hare (The London Bookshop Map) and Lynn Harris (AND Publishing).
How does the tradition of oral storytelling - the way narratives shift and stories alter in their retelling – relate to other forms of distribution and ways texts are interacted with, generated, reproduced and disseminated?
Louise O’Hare, editor of The London Bookshop Map, will talk about Dora García’s Twenty-three million, five hundred and eighty-six thousand, four hundred and ninety stories (2013 – ongoing) commissioned for The London Bookshop Map iphone app which launches early December.
Lynn Harris, AND Publishing London, will discuss Variable Format, The Piracy Project and other self-publishing platforms. A collection of books from AND Publishing’s projects will be on display at Luminous Books.
Friday 6th December 2013
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design,
London, N1C 4AA
Alongside the MA Applied Imagination Degree Show
5-7th December 2013