The Future of Storytelling

The Future of Storytelling

 

I have enrolled on this free online storytelling course from ‘iversity’, and I have just completed the first unit, which was really interesting, and I would recommend it to any writer, performer, or designer as it is aimed at storytellers of all types.

 

From what I have completed so far, the course material looks really good, and it has been very interesting. It is an 8 chapter course that ends on the 20/12/2013, and includes topics on storytelling basics – serial formats (on the TV, web and beyond) – storytelling in role-playing games – interactive storytelling in video games – transmedia storytelling – alternate-reality gaming – augmented reality and location-based storytelling – the role of tools, interfaces and information architectures in current storytelling.

 

The course is a MOOC (a Massively Open On-line Course), and the whole thing started on the 25th October. The second chapter will start around the 31st I expect, so don’t get left behind.

 

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The Future of Storytelling

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Tales From Dark Places

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The Indie Collaboration Presents

Tales From Dark Places
The Halloween Collection

A selection of chilling stories from some of the best Indie authors on the market. We dare you to venture into these pages of spine chilling tales and stories of ghosts and goblins. Freely donated by the authors themselves, these dark passages are a great example of their various, unique styles and imaginations. This is the first of a series of free topical collections brought to you by The Indie Collaboration.

Due for Release On 29th October 2013.

Featuring stories from:

Madhu Kalyan Mattaparthi

Gujan Vyas

Sheryl seal

Alan Hardy

William O’Brien

Sonya C. Dodd

Chris Raven

DC Rogers

Peter John

Cover Art by Book Birdy Designs

Please add to your TBR list and come down and collect your free Epub copy on 29th October from Goodreads.

Also free in multiple formats on Smashwords.com.

Also available on Amazon Kindle from 29th October 2013.

And now available on Nook from Barnes & Noble.

Tales from Dark Places is now also available in Paperback from Amazon and Pothi.

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