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Writer Diane Caney - Artist Robin Petterd
Robin Petterd and Diane Caney have been working for a while on "Imaginative Reading V". It's blurb is as follows:
Imaginative Reading V, 1997 is a collaborative web site in 15 paragraphs. A female academic writer is exploring how aspects of her thesis on intertextuality might be "written" in the future by the baby she bore while doing her PhD. A male artist interacts with this writing and develops the writing into both static and moving images and written text. There is a play across genders, textual media, academies vs independence and both artists and writers. Imaginative Reading V is also designed to be read as a fiction, though, and hopefully as something that traverses generic boundaries in order to be open-ended ...
And its URL is as follows: http://www.otheredge.com.au/prj/imaginative/
I am the web gardener for the Australian Writers Guild. I have put up some some transcripts from the Victorian Playwrights Conference, and in the not too distant futue, hope to regularly post extracts from "Writer Writer", our newsletter. It should have quite a lot of information for people interested in performance writing.
"Australian Writers Guild"
"Screening the Past"
An electronic journal of visual Media and History
... and possibly two "beta" chapters of my book which is lagging behind due to other stuff. You might find this a bit "Mickey Mouse" at this stage - so I won't hold it against you if you don't include it. Nevertheless, some screenwriting teachers have found these chapters very useful.
"Screenwriting in Australia"
A new Screenwriting Book
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TEXT Vol 2 No 2 October 1998