Future of Storytelling Panel
I have the pleasure of appearing on this panel with a bunch of other storytellers. It's going to be a blast. It'll be at ACMI and streamed live!!
You can get tickets or check out the live stream Tues 24th Oct 6:30PM here: http://2017.digitalwritersfestival.com/event/dwf17-launch-the-future-of-storytelling/
Interactive digital narratives, fully-immersive VR, open source gaming, robots writing novels – what does the future of storytelling look like? What do emerging technological advances mean for writers and artists creating work in the digital era?
Four artists at the forefront of innovation in digital storytelling kick off Digital Writers' Festival 2017 with a discussion about the impact of interactive digital narratives, virtual reality, geolocated narratives and more in conversation with artistic director Izzy Roberts-Orr.
Analysing and discussing game narrative and design in classrooms / Brooke Maggs
Future skills for future jobs MC - Bron Stuckey (Games in education specialist) Eric Jordan (CEO at Codename Entertainment), Brooke Maggs (Games Narrative Designer), Helen Sultana (Girl Geek Academy) and Vincent Trundle (ACMI Games and learning specialist)
I'm on a panel at GenreCon, a conference for genre writers, in Brisbane this year!
WHEN WRITING BECOMES BUSINESS
You may have been told writers don’t earn money, but that’s no reason you shouldn’t be smart about the fact you’re running a small business. Sean Williams, Brooke Maggs, and Charlotte Nash talk money, writing, and good practices for building a sustainable writing business.
Chair: Lea Scott; Panelists: Sean Williams, Brooke Maggs, Charlotte Nash
My presentation will be an industry contribution to DiGRA. The conference brings together a diverse international community of interdisciplinary researchers engaged in cutting edge research in the field of game studies. It welcomes submissions on a wide range of topics associated with studies of games and play.
Game On Panel
I am speaking on a panel with Dr. Daniel Golding and Leena Van Deventer on the possibilities for immersive, audience-directed experiences. The panel will delve into narrative design and writing for games as growing field. It will ask what role do interactive narratives play in literature?