Audio from my livestreamed snowday lecture on Virginia Woolf's modernist classic.
A look at Tim Morton's hyperobjects, including why they're hard to think about and why we should try anyway.
"We all like to get lost in a book - but when Danielle, an American visitor to Belfast, stumbles upon a mysterious handwritten note in a secondhand copy of Ciaran Carson's novel The Star Factory - she finds herself on a labyrinthine journey through his prose and through the hidden side-roads and alleyways of the city."
Posthumanism is causing some interesting disruptions in the way we make, enjoy, think about, and classify art.
Think posthumanism sounds horrible? Trust me, it doesn't mean what you think it does. Okay, maybe it does.
A look at how Big Data affects the way we write fiction.