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Issue Details: First known date: 2015... vol. 47 no. 1 June 2015 of Australian Author est. 1969 Australian Author
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Changing the Way We See Books, Maribel Steel , single work criticism (p. 6-8)
It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Don't Feel so Fine ), Adam Ford , single work column
'The genre of cli-fi, whether you believe in it or not, is about more than natural disasters and a sense of impending doom.'
(p. 10-13)
Communicating the Incommunicable, Kirsten Krauth , single work column (p. 14-17)
Reinventing the Author, Angelo Loukakis , single work column (p. 18-19)
Kicking the Door in, Michael Adams , single work column
'The rise of the Webisode offers writers the chance to have creative control, seek global exposure and test material with interactive audiences.'
(p. 20-23)
Digital Writing Is Now, Not New, Jason Nelson , single work column

'It's a curious exercise, a nearly impossible swim, to attempt to describe digital writing to a traditional print writer/reader. Even the words used - 'traditional', 'print', 'digital', or the seemingly ubiquitous and central notions of 'writer' and 'reader' - only result in a murky mess of genres and caged descriptors. And even those who bark up, loudly proclaiming and spreading digital-mediated literature, cannot agree on a common definition. They banter about like sociologists searching for farmable theories, using such titles as 'electronic literature', 'digital poetry', 'trans media writing', coded-text, hypertext and on and on.' (Introduction)

(p. 24-28)
Rant!, Kate Belle , single work column (p. 29-30)

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