Kate (kate_nepveu) wrote,

Readercon: Theories of Reading and Their Potential Insights into Fantastika

Being busy pays off: John Stevens has posted video of his Readercon talk/discussion "Theories of Reading and Their Potential Insights into Fantastika," with the text that was the basis below the videos, so now I don't have to post my notes.

If you're like me and prefer to read first, you can pick up the post-presentation discussion at about 2 minutes into the second video, which includes discussion about text-to-speech and Braille from [personal profile] kestrell among others, and a bit about teaching SFF to people who are new to, and uncomfortable with, processing the exposition.

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