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Seasons Readings! Festive discounts and giveaways for the holidays.

Seasons Readings! Festive discounts and giveaways for the holidays.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, and we’ve got exactly the discounts to induce instant festive cheer. This holiday season, we’ve partnered with Write Editions to bring you a discount to help you slay those #readinggoals and make new ones for 2017.  50% off ‘The Chronicler’ From now until January, take 50% off Koh Chye Hock’s…

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This Week in Digital Publishing

Here's a roundup of all the latest this week in digital publishing. Random House Launches TV Division Random House is getting into television.  The U.S. division of Random House is joining hands with FremantleMedia (who gave us American Idol, The Bill and The X Factor) to create Random House Television. Here's more: “Random House Television is a natural…

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Owl Know How

Cat Rabbit and Isobel Knowles have just penned their first book, “Owl Know How”– an adorable book filled with gorgeous photos of cute rabbits and fluffy, colourful owls. All handmade out of felt in their cardboard city, the book even comes with a pattern for creating a little owl of your own! Cat Rabbit is a…

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I HATE READING!

A new children’s app and eBook teaches kids that reading can be fun. (Just don’t be fooled by the title.) Author and illustrator Will Terry says he hated reading in general when he was younger and really suffered in school. With this inspiration, he decided to create his own dream project which is what I HATE…

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Thoreau’s Walden Gets a Video Game

Is humanity and  reflection possible in video gaming? The University of Southern California recently received a $40,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts “to support production costs for a video game based on the writings of Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond. The player will inhabit an open, three-dimensional game world which will simulate the geography…

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Thoreau's Walden Gets a Video Game

Is humanity and  reflection possible in video gaming? The University of Southern California recently received a $40,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts “to support production costs for a video game based on the writings of Henry David Thoreau at Walden Pond. The player will inhabit an open, three-dimensional game world which will simulate the geography…

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Japanese Artist Yayoi Kusama Illustrates Alice in Wonderland

Yayoi Kusama’s talent has taken her from rural Japan to New York’s art scene to contemporary Tokyo. She is well known as an avant-garde painter, sculptor and novelist — and for her repeating dot patterns. Her works exhibited alongside the likes of Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg and George Segal during the early 1960s, where she was often associated with the pop art movement….

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Book People Unite

In America, a who’s-who of literary characters and lineup of well-known musicians come together to encourage book reading. In a nationwide effort to communicate to parents the importance of reading to their school-aged children, the Library of Congress and the Ad Council have teamed up with Reading is Fundamental (RIF) to launch a new national…

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What about Adapting Libraries into Films?

The New York Public Library is doing it. And it wants you to know the past to find the future. It also wants you to know that books and technology will point the answers. Earlier this month, NYPL’s Milstein Division staff released a movie trailer-style promotional video on YouTube. Complete with classical orchestrated sounds and…

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Tusitala was born in 2010, with a focus on telling transmedia stories. We’re based in Singapore, perfectly poised to represent the breadth and depth of Asian content available in the region. With the world increasingly looking towards Asian stories, we’re both excited and proud to be where we are!

The name Tusitala harks to an island in Samoa, where author Robert Louis Stevenson spent the last years of his life. The locals of the island fondly nicknamed him Tusitala, which means storyteller. In our work, we embody the essence of a storyteller: using different mediums and techniques to deliver a powerful message to our audiences. Only, we take it a step further by introducing the exciting potential of technology.

Our logo is a kitsune – nine-tailed fox, native to Asian folklore and legend. In Chinese, Japanese and Korean folktales, the kitsune is an enchanted animal – magnetic, intelligent, powerful, and able to take human form. From the complexity of the symbolism, we derive simple principles that we stand for – potency, wisdom and creative rebellion.

(This creativity, we must disclose, often vanishes when determining where we should go for lunch each day)

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