Joanna Walsh discusses digital narratives
Interviewed at the Worlds Literature Festival

Joanna Walsh talked to Sam Ruddock in December during the hustle and bustle of the Worlds Literature Festival about cyber feminism, post-humanism and exploring digital narratives.

Joanna is the author of Hotel, Vertigo, Grow a Pair and Fractals. She’s been published in Granta, multiple short fiction anthologies, The Stinging Fly, The Dublin Review and others, is a regular reviewer over at The New Statesman and The Guardian and is the editor of 3AM Magazine and Catapult. She’s judged the Goldsmiths Prize and is currently studying a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing at the University of East Anglia.

If you’re interested in digital storytelling be sure to check out Beyond The Page, a series brought to you by the International Literature Showcase.

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