Interview for We the Humanities

A great interview this week with Matt Finch, current Creative in Residence at the State Library of Queensland, Australia on if:book, Brisbane, my background and even a bit on my academic work. 

I’m looking at how digital tools can be (and are being) used to change the relationship between writers and readers. In particular, I’ve been fascinated by the technical innovation of experimental writers from around the 1960s. These writers took radical steps such as removing the binding of books in order to give the reader greater control over the narrative.

Read on.