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Small screen fictions

Author: Astrid Ensslin; Elizabeth Swanstrom; Paweł Frelik
Publisher: Vashon Island, Washington : Paradoxa, [2017] ©2017
Series: Para-doxa (Vashon Island, Wash.), no. 29.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Small Screen Fictions revolutionizes our understanding of narrative and its relationship to media. Helping us to recognize how pervasively digital technologies change the ways stories are made, disseminated, consumed, and understood, this cutting-edge collection gives us a new language for thinking about reconfigured, fluid relationships among authors, users, makers, audiences, and producers; new language for  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Astrid Ensslin; Elizabeth Swanstrom; Paweł Frelik
ISBN: 9781929512416 1929512414
OCLC Number: 1041123709
Description: 334 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introducing small screen fictions / Astrid Ensslin, Lisa Swanstrom, and Paweł Frelik --
Part 1. E-Lit for Kids. Touching books on screen: bridging media cultures and generations with William Joyce's The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore / Sara Tanderup Linkis --
Children making meaning with literary apps: a 4-year old child's transaction with The Monster at the End of this Book / Aline Frederico --
A Chinese cluster: Danish-born digital comic as source for transmedia design and innovation / Sarah Mygind --
Interview / Mark Marino --
Part 2. Gaming Fictions. The author interface: rethinking authorship through ludoliterary analysis of The Stanley Parable and The Beginner's Guide / Ryan House --
Deep time play / Stuart Moulthrop --
Fallen London: authorship and game allegory / Karlien van den Beukel --
Part 3. Networked narratives. The image of agglutination, or many small screens chained together: narrative assembly in Merritt Kopas's Obéissance and Sam Barlow's Her Story / Joshua Hussey --
Charting paths: networks and a mobile aesthetic practice in Pullinger and Joseph's Flight Paths and Heyward's of day, of night / Kristine Kelly --
Conditions of presence: topological complementaries in The Silent History / David M. Meurer --
Interview / Dene Grigar --
Part 4. Old/New Aesthetics for the small screen. Replies, retweets, and reblogs: Modes of participation in The Lizzie Bennet Diaries / Meredith Dabek --
The page is a touchscreen: haptic narratives and "Novel" media / Caleb Milligan --
"The Dream of an Island": Dear Esther and the Digital Sublime / James O'Sullivan --
Part 5. Postscript. "Vast landscapes, small screens, and altered perspectives" / Steve Tomasula.
Series Title: Para-doxa (Vashon Island, Wash.), no. 29.
Responsibility: edited by Astrid Ensslin, Lisa Swanstrom, and Paweł Frelik.

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"Small Screen Fictions revolutionizes our understanding of narrative and its relationship to media. Helping us to recognize how pervasively digital technologies change the ways stories are made, disseminated, consumed, and understood, this cutting-edge collection gives us a new language for thinking about reconfigured, fluid relationships among authors, users, makers, audiences, and producers; new language for theorizing the novel fictions such assemblages create. Crucially, Small Screen Fictions makes visible how these shifts have reinvented conventions for storytelling in any medium, creating pro-summers who immerse themselves in narratives, blend fact and fiction, follow and participate in stories across media, and pursue unique and idiosyncratic meanings from mass-produced texts. An innovative and important work of scholarship that defines the terms for future conversations on the topic.--Sherryl Vint, UC Riverside"--

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