Old and new: from periodical to ipad

This picture shows the presents that I (rather unexpectedly!) received from my (wonderful, generous) parents for completing my PhD. In the top right is, quite recognisably, an iPad: the future – or is it present? – of publishing. And the aged book and blue pamphlet next to it? That’s a first edition of Charles Dickens’s … Continue reading Old and new: from periodical to ipad

2011 round–up

2011 saw a bit of a change in direction for this blog, reflecting my change in position: back in April I was awarded my PhD, meaning a shift in my status as a researcher and less consistency to my research activity. I’ve been working on lots of smaller research projects, and have been adapting to … Continue reading 2011 round–up

Dickens’s dark London

Following on from my previous musings on Dickens 2012 and literary tourism, this new app takes the literary tour to a new level: an interactive map of Dickens’s “dark London” which promises to “take users on a journey through the darker side of Charles Dickens’ London”. In light of my previous post, this suggested some similar … Continue reading Dickens’s dark London