June BWC Newsletter: Review of talk on Simulated Realities and Parallel Worlds (which took place May 17th 2017). Read extracts from the review/newsletter here: Review of Simulated Reality and Parallel Worlds Talk for BWC May17th 2017. 28th May 2017: A 25... Continue Reading →
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A range of texts, historical events, bands and historic cultural items feature in The City of Quartz. Readers of the book can delve into some of the research by following the links below: Emile by J. J. Rousseau. This book was... Continue Reading →
The novels, poems, articles, songs etc. associated with Songs of the Interstitium are presented via the five novels as the work of a range of creative subselves ('creative heteronyms') associated with the main character, i.e. 'Rowan Sweeney'. The various 'Rowans' are living... Continue Reading →
Motherbird.com (attached to Poetry Life and Times (PLT) and Artvilla) recently reviewed the first poetry sequences arising out of the Songs of the Interstitium transmedia project: see Motherbird Review by Robin Ouzman Hislop (June 25th, 2016) of Poetry Life and Times (UK/Spain). "In... Continue Reading →
Various semi-comic animations introducing the series have been rendered to date. The clips below are brought to life via Plotogon animation creation software. Watch Scott and Jessica - animations from a parallel universe - discuss Dinas Yarkuk: City of Quartz (novel), quantum... Continue Reading →
Library of the Marvellous Hybrids - the third novel of the 'Songs of the Interstitium series/transmedia project' - follows Rowan Sweeney (residing in an alternative version of post-millennial Italy as an experimental/Quantum poet and university academic) as he performs across Europe,... Continue Reading →
Fr. Chansons de l'interstitium - La Ville de Quartz - A beaucoup de mondes, de nombreux mêmes projet transmédia. Welsh. Caneuon y Interstitium - Mae Dinas Quartz - Mae llawer o fyd, mae llawer o hunain prosiect Transmedia. Sc. Gaelic. òrain an Interstitium... Continue Reading →