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Provocare Digital Fiction Project Launched

#Provocare Hard Launch + Assorted Announcement Goodness

Away-stepping from tech for a long weekend and it seems ‘sif the digital world continues to turn without me being in it [how *dare* it! ;)]. Anyhoo, just checking into the Studio and *BOOM!!* – excite-worthy announcements are now splathered all over the shop, including: Transitio_MX06 is wrapping up as we speaktype, with #PRISOM having […]
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Provocare: Murderous Feminism in Liminal Fiction – The Writing Platform

“Queensland Digital Writing on the international stage: QUT and The Writing Platform” is an Arts Queensland-funded programme which supports collaborations between writers and interactive designers to develop works for exhibition on The Writing Platform. The first project supported by the programme is ‘Provocare‘, a digital fiction, created by Meg Vann, Mez Breeze and Donna Hancox. […]
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#PRISOM Ingame Poster

This Week at MBD: Digital Fictions, Peer-Reviewing, Publications + Reviews

Alright, so this week – although only being officially half-over – has contained some absolute gems in the rampant-excitement-department: let’s quickly cycle through em, shall we? #PRISOM has been delightfully analysed in “Thinking Through Digital Media”, a book that: “…offers a means of conceptualizing digital media by looking at projects that think through digital media, […]
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Pluto

Feedback O’ The Day: Pluto

…so here I am innocently dancing away in my studio chair to this track while craft-carving away at our “Provocare” Digital Fiction, and I’ve just received some amazing feedback about our Dreaming Methods co-produced project “Pluto” – an Aussie Technical Writer was so impressed with what he’d seen of the project he’s been inspired to […]
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Provocare

“Provocare” Digital Fiction: We Need Your Opinion, Stat!

Well. Between the announcement of the upcoming literary time-collapsing mashup project “Rumors of My Death” (commissioned by if:book Australia), and the English release of Enter+ Magazine’s “Creative Manual for Repurposing in Electronic Literature”, it’s certainly been a busy coupla weeks. Another project that’s been simmering away productively here is a tingling collaborative digital fiction involving […]