Matthew Battles set to Visit the Center

Matthew Battles, author of the book Library: An Unquiet History, and Producer + Editor for Digital Humanities Projects for metaLAB at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, will be coming to visit on 4/18 at 3pm in the Science Showcase (Research Hall 101 in the tower). Matthew will talk about various new-model publishing projects he’s involved with and will give a reading from his new collection of short stories, The Sovereignties of Invention, a work released by new-model publisher Red Lemonade.

See http://metalab.harvard.edu and http://redlemona.de for more information about those projects. Should be a great event for anyone interested in experiments with publishing and technology.

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