Crowdfunding, audience-driven stories, and terrible mistakes

I’m speaking at three events in the next couple of months. Come along if any of this sounds interesting.

On Wednesday 19th October, I’m on a panel about crowdfunding videogames at Crowdfest in Shoreditch.

On Thursday 17th November, I’m on a panel about audience-driven stories at the Belfast Media Festival: along with Charles Cecil from Revolution, Kevin Biemers from Italic Pig, and oh cool! They’ve just added Meg Jayanth.

And on Sunday 20th November, I’m doing a talk about Things Not To Do In Interactive Narrative at AdventureX at Goldsmiths in London. I’m happy to see they’re south of the river this year. Represent.

I might see you there. Ask nicely, and I’ll tell you the story of how Charles Cecil took off all his clothes in front of me.

About Alexis Kennedy

One half of Weather Factory. Writer, designer, coder and general man about town. He's the one who comes up with all the big ideas, which Lottie has to Deal With.

3 comments on “Crowdfunding, audience-driven stories, and terrible mistakes

  1. As someone who certainly will not be in Britain in November, is there any chance of having some of the material from “Things Not to do in Interactive Narrative” posted up here for us blog readers? It sounds both interesting and instructive.

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