Kafka’s Wound was my first post-uni project and I’m thrilled it’s been elected as a contender for the “Best Digital Humanities blog, article, or short publication” award.! I helped devise, made puppets and puppeteered for a short film that was apart of Will Self’s digital essay Kafka’s Wound.
Please encourage voting athttp://dhawards.org/dhawards2012/voting/ before midnight on Sunday 17 February 2013. Our entry is the last one on the list for that award. Yay!! How exciting!
About the awards:
“Digital Humanities Awards are a new set of annual awards given in
recognition of talent and expertise in the digital humanities
community and are nominated and voted for entirely by the public.
These awards are intended to help put interesting DH resources in
the spotlight and engage DH users (and general public) in the
work of the community. Awards are not specific to geography,
language, conference, organization or field of humanities that
they benefit. There is no financial prize associated with these
community awards. There were many nominations and the
international nominations committee took quite awhile to review
and debate each nomination. Please seehttp://dhawards.org/faqs/
for this and other frequently asked questions.”