Episode two of the if:book Podcast is features special guest Kate Pullinger. Just prior to her role as chief memory maker, Kate sat down with if:book's Emily Craven and Simon Groth to anticipate what might happen when writing live before an audience for Memory Makes Us. We also catch up with her thoughts on writing for digital narratives and transmedia projects. Our regular review of Stuff We Found On The Internet picks apart the US Department of Justice's case against Apple and the implications (such as they are) for the recent verdict in the DOJ's favour.
We had some feedback about download formats last time, so we've made sure this episode is in the more universal mp3. We're also working to make sure the RSS feed actually works this time (making this an actual podcast, as opposed to a sound file plonked on a blog).
- Moonshine Kate, 'My Man's a Jolly Railroad Man'
Stuff We Found On The Internet
- Explaining the Apple Ebook Price Fixing Suit, Adam C Engst
- More Proof The Big Six Of Publishing Are Run By Morons, Mike Cane
Other Links Mentioned
- Inanimate Alice, Kate Pullinger & Chris Joseph
- Flight Paths, Kate Pullinger & Chris Joseph
- Memory Makes Us