Do Not Make The

Reeder, E., Edbrook, L. and Bain, A. (Eds.) (2018) Do Not Make The. MAP Magazine and Essay Catalyst Conversations: Glasgow. ISBN 9780993142420

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A collection of 15 hybrid, genre-bending, experimental essays that brings together published and unpublished authors in a unique collection essays that spans narrative, video, twitter, poetry, philosophy and documentary. Commissioned essays join those selected from a call-out in summer 2017 to voice personal, authorial and human concerns across generations, continents and history. Personal and political, some gentle, others playful and irreverent, this anthology shuffles text, image and moving image, following no single tack as it builds creative and critical resilience. Edited by Elizabeth Reeder, Laura Edbrook and Alice Bain. This book is the culmination of a Royal Society of Edinburgh project Essay Catalyst Conversations run by Elizabeth Reeder and the result of a collaboration with MAP Magazine. It was supported by RSE and Creative Scotland. Authors: Lisa Robertson, Colette O’Connor, Joanna Walsh, Ruth Novaczek, Beatrix Gates, Fiona Montgomery, Tracy Mackenna, Claire Heuchan, Elena Aldegheri, Christopher M.J. Boyd, Katherine Mackinnon, Chin Li, Emily Labarge, Maria Sledmere, Isabella Streffen, Miranda Stuart, Kate Briggs.

Item Type:Edited Books
Keywords:MAP Magazine, cross-genre essay, Essay Catalyst Conversations.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Reeder, Dr Elizabeth
Subjects:P Language and Literature > PN Literature (General)
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Critical Studies > English Literature
Publisher:MAP Magazine and Essay Catalyst Conversations

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Project CodeAward NoProject NamePrincipal InvestigatorFunder's NameFunder RefLead Dept
173733‘On Genre-Bending Essaying: Catalyst Conversations and Workshops on the Potential Impact of Experimental and Hybrid Writing in Scotland’Reeder, ElizabethRoyal Society of EdinburghUNSPECIFIED