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Writing In A Digital Age

Posted at 6:52AM Thursday 14 Jun 2012

Traditional linear narrative was not about to disappear, but new technology offered scope for a host of original ideas, said Hari Kunzru, setting the tone as the keynote speaker at the Writing for a Digital Age conference (8, 9 June).

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