Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities: Sheffield, edited by Emma Bolland
|Title:||Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities: Sheffield|
|Series Title:||Dostoyevsky Wannabe Cities|
|Editor(s): ||Emma Bolland, C3RI PhD Candidate|
|Author(s):||Helen Blejerman, Angelina D'Roza, Daniel Eltringham, Tim Etchells, Louise Finney, Rachel Genn, Pete Green, Linda Kemp, Sharon Kivland, Joanne Lee, Elise Legal, Brian Lewis, A. B. G. Murray, and Rachel Smith.|
|Publication date:||October, 2019|
|Format:||5 x 8 inch|
|Number of pages:||242 pages|
Sheffield is the latest in Dostoyevsky Wannabe’s series of ‘Cities’ anthologies, alongside Paris, Los Angeles, Berlin, and more. This anthology, edited by writer, artist and C3RI PhD candidate, Emma Bolland. The collection moves between fiction, poem and essay form: an experimental coming together of writing and the city.
The book was launched at the Off The Shelf festival in Sheffield on 9 October 2019.
Emma Bolland is a doctoral student in the Art & Design Research Centre (ADRC) where she is pursuing a practice-led PhD. Her PhD project entitled Truth is Structured Like a Fiction: Auto-fictive Practice and the Expanded Screenplay interrogates screenwriting materiality and process as a space for Fine Art practice. Emma’s supervisors are: Dr Sharon Kivland (Reader in Fine Art and Director of Studies) and Dr Peter Jones (Reader in Language and Communication).