Jul 132017
 

With funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the LitLong team has been hard at work this year, both on public engagement activities and behind the scenes. We’ve been developing updated visualisations, a new mobile app, and have added many new texts to our database. In partnership with the UNESCO City of Literature Trust, […]

Jul 132017
 

In 2016 Lit Long hosted the launch of Umbrellas of Edinburgh, a fabulous collection of new prose and poetry inspired by our capital city, edited by Russell Jones and Claire Askew, and published by Freight Books. A number of works inspired by Lit Long are included in the anthology, including Jane Alexander’s ‘Candlemaker Row‘, the […]

LitLong App launched as Palimpsest and LitLong feature in Edit

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Jul 142015
 
LitLong App launched as Palimpsest and LitLong feature in Edit

We are delighted to announce the launch of the LitLong iOS app, put together by the Palimpsest project team of researchers and literary scholars at University of St Andrews, EDINA, and University of Edinburgh. The LitLong:Edinburgh mobile app allows you to use your iOS device to explore Edinburgh’s literary past, and it is free to download […]

Lit Long:Edinburgh Launch LiveBlog

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Mar 302015
 
Lit Long:Edinburgh Launch LiveBlog

This evening we are blogging live from the official launch of Lit Long:Edinburgh, an interactive resource of Edinburgh literature emerging from the Palimpsest project. This blog and the LitLong news page will both be receiving our live updates from the event, which is taking place at 50 George Square, Edinburgh. As this is a liveblog, please […]

Mar 022015
 
Launch Event for Lit Long: Edinburgh

We cordially invite you to join us on 30th March 2015 at the launch of Lit Long: Edinburgh, an interactive resource of Edinburgh literature emerging from the Palimpsest project. Lit Long: Edinburgh features a range of maps and accessible visualisations, which enable users to interact with Edinburgh’s literature in a variety of ways, exploring the […]