Could eBooks Be the Breath of Fresh Air the Tech-Resistant Novel Needs?

Could eBooks Be the Breath of Fresh Air the Tech-Resistant Novel Needs?

Google Creative Lab's Editions at Play ebooks expand reading into a new realm

Rachel Pincus
  • 10 february 2016

eBooks have been both praised and decried by readers. They conveniently provide the most important features of printed books while at the same time collapsing the tactile and, according to some research, read experience of the printed word. But the flexible designs and fonts (or lack thereof) seen in most eBook files have spoken to some experimentally minded writers as a wellspring of creative opportunity. Google’s Creative Lab has provided a platform on which authors can answer this call.

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