Tusitala Interactive: Somewhere Else, Another You

  • Tusitala Interactive: Somewhere Else, Another You
  • Tusitala Interactive: Somewhere Else, Another You

Tusitala adapted the print book into a free browser-based experience, enhancing the existing narrative with interactivity, web and mobile effects, and sound.

This experience targets readers to new SingLit particularly people below 35 and are interested in science-fiction, choose-your-own-adventure stories, and narrative games. We also wanted to bring books to where most people are reading these days: mobile.

About the book:

Somewhere Else, Another You is a literary game-book inspired by theories of the multiverse: each time the reader makes a choice, the universe of the narrative splits, creating a story in which all outcomes exist at the same time but cannot be experienced concurrently. A cross between a Pick Your Own Path novel and an existential crisis, this book invites you to meander through its paths, and towards your own conclusions.

Written by Tania De Rozario and originally published by Math Paper Press (2018), Somewhere Else, Another You was written under the writer-in-residence programme organised by the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Quantum Technologies.

About the author: 

Tania De Rozario is a writer and visual artist. She is the author of Tender Delirium (2013), And The Walls Come Crumbling Down (2016), and Somewhere Else, Another You (2018), all published by Math Paper Press. She was the 2011 winner of Singapore’s Golden Point Award for English Poetry, and her writing has been cited in journals such as The Routledge Companion on Architecture and The City (Routledge, 2019), Singapore Literature & Culture: Current Directions in a Global Context (Routledge, 2017), and Static (Stanford University, 2014).

About the music: 

The book features music by Kin Leonn, a Singapore-born and currently London-based composer and producer. He launched his debut album Commune in 2019.

This project was organised as part of Buy Sing Lit and supported by the National Arts Council Singapore.

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