Andy Campbell is a digital writer who has been working at the forefront of digital fiction since 1993. He is the author of Dreaming Methods, a website described by the Times Educational Supplement as “One of the most impressive purveyors of internet-based reading… a semi-cinematic, semi-literary blend... a distinctive voice that couldn’t be replicated in print.” He is a judge on Bournemouth University's pioneering New Media Writing Prize, one of the first major prizes in the UK to celebrate electronic literature. Currently Director of Digital media for One to One Development Trust, a charity creating and facilitating film commissions and multimedia projects for communities, agencies and arts organisations, he is also Creative Developer for Inanimate Alice, a pioneering transmedia project.
Works by this author:
|Inside: A Journal of Dreams||2002|
|The Dead Tower||2012|
|The Diary of Anne Sykes||2004|
|The Virtual Disappearance of Miriam||2000|
Critical writing by this author:
|Digital Fiction iPad Project: the Good and Bad Stuff||Weblog||2010|