Thursday, 24 October 2013 from 14:00 to 16:00
The Science Museum, London
£15 (includes signed limited edition copy)
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Join The Literary Platform team on the second of its TLP Field Trips – a chance to get out and see project work talked through by the project makers themselves.
Shackleton’s Man Goes South is the new novel by Tony White published by the Science Museum earlier this year. This thought-provoking new work of fiction is the Science Museum’s 2013 Atmosphere commission, published as part of the Contemporary Arts Programme. The novel is accompanied by a display in the Museum’s Atmosphere Gallery charting some of the scientific and literary inspiration behind the novel, that runs until spring 2014. In a central innovation visitors can use a dedicated touchscreen that is part of the display, to email themselves a free ebook of the novel in formats compatible with most devices.
“… certainly the most distinctive and formally creative novel I’ve read this year.” Niall Harrison, Strange Horizons
“… a triumph of controlled anger […] It’s not often that fiction, a novel, genuinely manages to shock.” David Gullen, Arcfinity
The Science Museum has published its first ever work of fiction, a novel by its former writer-in-residence Tony White that was …read more

Via: The Literary Platform