Memories of Fiction has launched its new guest blog series, starting off with Ferelith Hordon’s wonderful reflections on her ‘Reading Memories’. Watch this space for future posts from our interviewees!
In other news, we’re looking forward to our upcoming seminars, starting on 18 February with Shafquat Towheed’s talk about the Reading Experience Database. These seminars are held at the University of Roehampton, are free and all are welcome.
The Call for Papers is now available for the Oral History Society conference which the Memories of Fiction team are co-organising with OHS committee: ‘Beyond Text in the Digital Age? Oral History, Images, and the Written Word’. We invite proposals for contributions to be submitted by the end of the year. The conference will be held 8-9 July 2016, and we have booked the rooms on the University of Roehampton’s Whitelands campus with its fine views of Richmond park!
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