Writing art: Revealing distinctive modes
Abstract:We are often writing about, to excavate meanings, seeking to discover from the post of production in media and design; however, the initiating development stages of production can reveal much of the study of the arts. Across media the writer engages with the various stages of production at different times and in different ways, so how may storytelling and scriptwriting reveal the distinctiveness of form for one medium amongst many? This study will explore the processes of creative writing used in the transmedia development of The Fallow Narratives, to expose, explain and consider our understandings of other modes of communication from their (often) textual beginnings.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: University of Glamorgan
Publication date: December 22, 2011
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