Overview of the program in Atheneum
The Master of Arts in Writing Speaker Series at Coastal Carolina University Presents an Interactive Reading:
and co-collaborator on the revolutionary
**Monday, March 4th at 4.00 pm in EHFA 152 (free and open to the public, with reception to follow)**
(For interested students, there will also be an open class forum on Tuesday, March 5th, where Kevin will talk with students about editing, publishing, and the future of writing in the digital era)
“The Silent History is a serialized novel written and designed specifically for the iPhone and iPad that uses collaboration and physical exploration to tell the story of a generation of children born without language.”
-- Sundance Film Festival: New Frontiers.
URL to the Silent History Site: <http://www.thesilenthistory.com>
Watch the project video at YouTube!
Here is a bit of what Wired Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times are saying about Silent History:
"...artistically exceptional, and also built around technological innovation." --Los Angeles Times
“The Silent History, a sprawling electronic novel that plays with the mechanics of how stories are told, taking full advantage of the tablet’s GPS and touchscreen....” -- Wired Magazine
“They wrote a 160,000-word book and, using the iPhone for inspiration, created a “scavenger hunt” element allowing readers to see more story lines by visiting specific locations — like China and Washington, D.C. — that are outlines on a map within the app. Users can also add their own story lines.” -- New York Times