Kate Pullinger’s new novel Landing Gear, was published in the UK and Canada and the US in 2014. Landing Gear takes the story first developed in Kate’s work of digital multimedia, Flight Paths: A Networked Novel, and explores what happens to Harriet and Yacub after he lands on her car in a supermarket car park. Her novel The Mistress of Nothing, won the 2009 Governor General’s Literary Award for Fiction. In 2014 with co-creator Neil Bartlett, she created the digital war memorial Letter to an Unknown Soldier. Her digital fiction project Inanimate Alice has also won numerous prizes, reaching online audiences around the world, with new episodes in 2014 and forthcoming in 2016. She is Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Media at Bath Spa University.
4 November 2015
I’m one of the speakers at TedX Bristol on 11 November. I’ll be talking about the project I did with Neil Bartlett, Letter to an Unknown Soldier, which seems like a good idea given 11 November is Remembrance Day.
1 May 2015
Join us for an evening of discussion with key figures in the publishing industry, hosted by Creative Conversations, an initiative of the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts at the University of Greenwich.
30 January 2015
I’ll be giving a short talk as part of Trapped in the Ice, Frozen in Time, an event at the British Library on Thursday 5 Feb, 6:00, to celebrate Rob Sherman’s transmedia residency at the BL, with fellow writers J R Carpenter and Nancy Campbell.