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THE DOT AWARD & IF:BOOK NEW MEDIA WRITING PRIZE

The if:book uk new media writing prize is run by Bournemouth University and is approaching its 10th birthday. Find all the past winners at www.newmediawritingprize.co.uk
The Dot Award for Digital Literature was created in 2015 in memory of writer, designer and silver surfer Dorothy Meade.
This year’s if:book prize winner is Amira Hanafi from Egypt for A Dictionary of The Revolution, based in Egypt. 
 
The winner of the Dot Award is Kayt Lackie and the VESSEL Project, based in Canada.
At the awards evening at Bournemouth University, last year’s Dot Award winner, poet Lou Sarabdzic, talks about The NERDS Project.
For more on the prizes go to www.newmediawritingprize.co.uk
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Dorothy Meade