The Future of Writing

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J. Potts
Springer, Apr 4, 2014 - Social Science - 150 pages
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This fascinating collection draws together perspectives on the future of writing in publishing, journalism and online sites. Discussion ranges across the challenges and opportunities for writing and publishing in the context of new content platforms, formats and distribution networks, including e-books, online news and publishing, and social media.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Education and the New Convergent Journalist
1
When the Web Is the World
5
6
29 Observations
Storytelling intheDigital
Reading and Writing the News
Jennifer Beckett and CatharineLumby 10 News Breakers andNews Makersinthe 24Hour
Index
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Richard Nash, Small Demons, USA Kate Eltham, Brisbane Writers Festival, Australia Sherman Young, Macquarie University, Australia John Potts, Macquarie University, Australia Nigel Krauth, Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia Chris Rodley, freelance writer, Australia Andrew Burrell, freelance artist, Australia Kathryn Millard, Macquarie University, Australia Alex Munt, University of Technology Sydney, Australia Garry Linnell, Fairfax Metro Media, Australia Jennifer Beckett, University of New South Wales, Australia Catharine Lumby, Macquarie University, Australia Lachlan Harris, Co-Founder of Big Switch, Australia Mark Evans, Macquarie University, Australia