New Media Projects

New Media Projects

Tales from King’s Landing. Jan. 2015 to May 2015. Web.
Curator/administrator for a student-built website that used George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, HBO’s Game of Thrones, and Green Ronin’s A Song of Ice and Fire Role-Playing Game: A Game of Thrones Edition as primary texts, where students created characters who lived in the world of Westeros. Part of the creative writing course “Game-based Fiction Workshop” at the Rochestser Institute of Technology.
http://talesfromkingslanding.wikispaces.com/

Steampunk Rochester. Aug. 2014 to Dec 2014. Web.
Curator/administrator for a collaborative project spanning three colleges and four departments and featuring the work of over 50 students as part of the creative writing course “Game-based Fiction Workshop” at the Rochestser Institute of Technology.
http://steampunkrochester.wikispaces.com/

Calypsis: A Hypertext Fiction. July 2011 to May 2013. Web.
Author of this novel-length hypertext, featuring eight characters’ intertwined narrative threads based on a role-playing game campaign, told in vignettes.
http://trenthergenrader.com/calypsis/

Welcome to Hellwaukee. Jan. 2013 to May 2013. Web.
Curator/administrator for a student-built website featuring over 100 vignette-length stories based in a collaboratively created fictional world as part of the creative writing course “Digital Storytelling and Role-Playing” at UW-Milwaukee.
http://hellwaukee.wikispaces.com/

Rivertown Chronicles. Jan. 2010 to May 2010. Web.
Curator/administrator for a student-built website featuring over 100 vignette-length stories based in a collaboratively created fictional world as part of the creative writing course “Gaming, World Building, and Narrative” at UW-Milwaukee.
http://rivertown.wikispaces.com/

Midwest Water Wars: The Flowage Rebellion. Jan. 2010 to Sep. 2010. Web.
Contributor to a hypertext project with Lane Hall and Craig Medvecky, experimenting with writing fragments, alternate histories, and collaborative authorship.
http://waterwars.wikidot.com/

Strands of an Invisible Web. Narrative installation. SPRAWL @ the Borg Ward Collective, Milwaukee, WI. Nov. 2008.
Author of a series of newspaper clippings, magazine covers, and intercepted emails that glimpse a story about love, betrayal, and venture capital.

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