Electronic and digital media have opened up new avenues to storytelling, allowing us to undertake examinations of how we define creative literature and poetics today. As April is National Poetry Month, York University's Intermediality Working Group, Augmented Reality Lab, and the York Libraries invite you to celebrate e-poetry (electronic poetry) with us.
Alongside exciting readings and presentations of e-poetry by local artists and scholars, Toronto artists Kaitlin Tremblay and Kara Stone will be holding an interactive workshop with Twine, a hypertext software that will allow participants to write their own e-poetry.
For the workshop, you must bring your own laptop and ensure that Twine is installed.
Get it here: http://twinery.org/
WHERE: York University (Keele Campus), Scott Library 503
WHEN: Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 1-4pm
WHO: All are welcome. Free to the public.