Kate Pullinger

Kate Pullinger writes fiction. Her most recent work, a ghost story for the smartphone that personalises itself to every reader, Breathe, was a collaboration with Editions at Play and the Ambient Literature Research Project; it was shortlisted for the 2018 New Media Writing Prize. Jellybone, a media-rich novel for smartphones, was published in autumn 2017 (Oolipo). Her novel, Landing Gear (2014) expands and augments the story of her digital work, Flight Paths. The novel The Mistress of Nothing won the Canada's Governor General's Award for Fiction in 2009. At Bath Spa University, Kate Pullinger is Professor of Creative Writing and Digital Media as well as Director of the Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries (CCCI). Kate Pullinger is co-investigator on the South West Creative Technology Network, a 3 year, £6.5m project (2018-2021) funded by Research England, and she is also co-investigator on the Bristol + Bath Creative R&D Partnership, a 4.5 year, £9m AHRC-funded creative industries cluster project (2018-2023).