Penn grad returns to talk about collaboration in the digital age

The Daily Pennsylvanian
November 4, 2013

Much ink has been spilled already over the Internet’s role in publishing new writing — but some new publishers and authors have begun exploring its capacity to create new writing, too.

2004 College graduate Jeremy Greenfield is one such writer.

Greenfield, who is the editorial director of Digital Book World — an online publishing community and media outlet — came back to the Kelly Writers House yesterday to talk about creativity and collaboration in the digital age.

After reminiscing on his student years at the Writers House, Greenfield opened his talk discussing how technology has made it easier to satisfy people’s constant desire for collaboration.

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