Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Hey, y'all know I'm some kind of secret superhero storyteller, right?

Credit: Images by Tusitala

I’ll be at this year’s Asian Festival of Children’s Content (30 May – 6 June 2015), taking you step-by-step through the process of developing your own supercreative imagination and using digital publishing tools to create more fun, love and excitement in the world. Come as you are + we’ll have a great time. :)

My talk is titled “Using Digital Content to Improve Your Fiction and Engage More Readers”. It's part of a session called SWIPE RIGHT FOR DIGITAL, which is hosted by Tusitala Books, the digital publishing company that developed and still manage our Super Cool Books iPad ebookstore app. At the same session you'll also hear from Eric Huang, Development Director at Made in Me, a digital creative studio specialising in children's entertainment.

If you’re planning to turn up, do send me an email and let me know if you’d like me to cover anything in particular.

Get your tickets here: http://afcc.com.sg/2015/programme/swipe-right-for-digital

Asian Festival of Children’s Content
DATE: 4 Jun 2015 (Thursday), 9:00am – 1:00pm
LOCATION: Function Rooms 1 & 2, Drama Centre, NLB Level 3

Digital Storytelling: How Big is the Page?
Saad Chinoy (Chief Geek, Tusitala (RLS) Pte Ltd.) Wendy Wong (Creative Director, Tusitala (RLS))
Think twice before passing over digital mediums. Digital and transmedia allow your story to travel and come to life in new, exciting ways. Saad and Wendy will share insight into the local digital publishing landscape, how to match format with your content, and how going digital will work for you.

Using Digital Content to Improve Your Fiction and Engage More Readers
Don Bosco (Founder, Super Cool Books)
Super Cool Books creates Asian fiction for children. It has launched paperbacks, ebooks, workshops and an iPad ebookstore. Founder Don Bosco explains how their digital content strategy drives editorial development and accelerates project partnerships, while reducing creative and production risks.

Opportunities and the Virtues of Adaptability in Digital Content
Eric Huang (Development Director, Made in Me)
The surprise success behind the e-reading app Me Books from London developer Made in Me is that majority of their revenue making streams don’t involve digital publishing directly. Eric Huang, development director, lets us in on Me Books’ unique story.

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