I’m sure that many writers are the shy and retiring type, but Jeanette Winterson is not one of them! If you’ve seen her ‘live’, you will know that she is every bit as entertaining and provocative as her novels and her truly great memoir ‘Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?’
On Tuesday 11th of June (7:30 to 8:30 pm), Jeanette Winterson will be giving a live performance of her latest novel Frankissstein - described as ‘a dazzling reanimation of Shelley’s novel’. The event is part of CogX2019: The Festival of AI and Emerging Technology. And from the sound of it, the novel’s themes are entirely appropriate to the conference. According to the programme notes: ‘Hard science and dreamy Romanticism combine in a meditation on the responsibilities of creation and the possibilities of AI’.
** A friend of mine is one of CogX’s organisers and she has generously offered free tickets to this event to my Bookstagram friends and fellow Winterson enthusiasts. Follow this link for free tickets: https://ti.to/cogx/2019/discount/CX19jeanettewintersonguest
If you have any problems of questions, please DM me. The event takes place at Granary Square, just a few minutes walk from the King’s Cross station. Hope to see some of you there!
We are excited to announce we’ve started experimenting with 3D printed food! Yup, that’s right — the maze on our “Model Minority” dish above has now been programmed into the @NaturalMachines “Foodini” 3D printer and can autonomously print tasty chrysanthemum purée as @ChefJennyDorsey prepares the rest of the course. For some things, robots 🤖 really do do it better!
If you want to see some 3D printing in action, please come by our tent during the @FutureofStorytelling Summit this year (Oct 3 & 4), where we are serving up 2 out of our 6 courses of “Asian in America”!
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