[Read! Fest 2019] Playing Along: Narrative Fiction and Gaming

  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults, 50 and above
  • Category: Arts, Other Happenings
Availability: 4
Sun, 30 Jun, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:03 PM (GMT+8)

Central Public Library

Multi-Purpose Room

100 Victoria Street, National Library Board, Singapore 188064


  • Language: English
  • Target Audience: Teens, Adults, 50 and above

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This year, the sixth instalment of Read! Fest is anchored on the theme of Voyage. Book a trip with us and discover alternative forms of reading at Read! Fest 2019 programmes as we journey through space and time, only from 22 June – 28 July.


For more details, visit www.nationalreadingmovement.sg/readfest.

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How do narratives in games differ from traditional narratives arising from the position of a reader or player? How does the act and experience of gaming, their narratives, and mechanics shape the way writers develop their own writing? Join writers Nuraliah Norasid and Adan Jimenez in this talk as they discuss how games inform their creative writing practice.  
  • This programme is suitable for youths and adults.
  • If all slots are taken, please email to be on the waitlist. We will contact you only if a slot becomes available.
About the speakers:
Adan Jimenez has been reading comics and playing video games his entire life. He reviews comics for Shelf Awareness, edits comics for LONTAR, reviews video games for Geek Culture, and edits video games for IGG. He is also one half of Sherlock Sam writing duo, A.J. Low.

Nuraliah Binte Norasid is a research associate at the Centre for Research on Islamic and Malay Affairs in Singapore. She graduated with a PhD in English Literature and Creative Writing from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), her thesis a work of fiction that examined the creative use of writing in highlighting issues such as marginality, isolation and socio-historical traumas.

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