Chris Joseph & Kate Pullinger (UK)

Chris Joseph and Kate Pullinger

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Kate Pullinger works both in print and new media. Her most recent novels include A Little Stranger (2006), Weird Sister (1999) and The Last Time I Saw Jane (1996), and the short story collections My Life as a Girl in a Men’s Prison (1997) and Tiny Lies (1989). Her current digital fiction projects include her multiple award-winning collaboration with Chris Joseph on ‘Inanimate Alice’, a multimedia episodic digital fiction, and ‘Flight Paths’, a networked novel, created on an through the internet. She’s also involved in developing a fiction for mobile phones. Kate Pullinger is Reader in Creative Writing and New Media at De Montfort University where she teaches on the online MA in Creative Writing and New Media.

Chris Joseph is a writer and artist who works primarily with digital text, sound and image. His past projects include ‘Flights Paths’ [] a collaborative ‘networked novel’; ‘The Breathing Wall’ [, with Kate Pullinger and Stefan Schemat], a groundbreaking digital novel that responds to the reader’s rate of breathing; and ‘Animalamina’ [], a collection of interactive multimedia poetry for children. He is editor of the post-dada magazine and network, and was the first Digital Writer in Residence at the Institute of Creative Technologies [], De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, from 2006 until 2008.