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The readerly and the cinematic: Hybrid reconfigurations through digital media practice

Aston, Judith

Authors

Judith Aston Judith.Aston@uwe.ac.uk
Wallscourt Associate Professor in Immersive Media



Contributors

Roderick Coover roderick.coover@temple.edu
Editor

Abstract

This is a critical response to two interviews that will be in this new collection from interactive narrative pioneers David Clark and Sharon Daniel. I was commissioned to write this by the book's editor, Roderick Coover, based on my work as a pioneer within the field of interactive documentary.

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Book Title The Digital Imaginary
APA6 Citation Aston, J. (in press). The readerly and the cinematic: Hybrid reconfigurations through digital media practice. In R. Coover (Ed.), The Digital ImaginaryBloomsbury Press Electronic Literature Series
Keywords digital imaginary, interactive documentary, non-linear narrative, multimodal literacy, interconnected thinking
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