The Digital Book (R)evolution

In: Logos

Digital media have been rapidly changing book writing and reading. Digital discourses are often framed by notions of threat to, and contrast with, print, which obscure the complex relations between older and newer forms of the book. Digital forms both remediate print and are shaped by digital affordances and conventions from a myriad other digital media. This article proposes new ways of looking at the continuity between print and digital books (and digital storytelling more widely) and begins to sketch a typology that also takes into consideration hybridization and the influence of other digital media forms.

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