Enhanced Editions

Enhanced Editions
By Enhanced Editions
About this podcast
Enhanced Editions is a group of experienced and passionate publishers, editors, technologists, designers and film-makers. This year we published the groundbreaking iPhone app version of Nick Cave's The Death of Bunny Munro, with titles by Barack Obama, Philip Pullman and David Simon to follow. All of our apps are brimming with exciting content, but they don't end there! In this podcast we've collected interviews and extras related to our authors, we hope you enjoy them.
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April 22, 2010
To promote the Enhanced Editions app of Nicola Barker's new novel, Burley Cross Postbox Theft, we are serialising some of the letters from the book within a free sampler app.
April 22, 2010
To promote the Enhanced Editions app of Nicola Barker's new novel, Burley Cross Postbox Theft, we are serialising some of the letters from the book within a free sampler app.
April 22, 2010
To promote the Enhanced Editions app of Nicola Barker's new novel, Burley Cross Postbox Theft, we are serialising some of the letters from the book within a free sampler app.
March 4, 2010
On World Book Day 4th March 2010, 10 new Quick Reads - bite-sized books by bestselling writers and well-known personalities - will be published. Personal finance guru Alvin Hall talks about his new novel, and his first Quick Read, Money Magic.
March 4, 2010
On World Book Day 4th March 2010, 10 new Quick Reads - bite-sized books by bestselling writers and well-known personalities - will be published. Orange Prize-shortlisted author Bernardine Evaristo talks about her new novel, and her first Quick Read, Hello Mum.
March 4, 2010
On World Book Day 4th March 2010, 10 new Quick Reads - bite-sized books by bestselling writers and well-known personalities - will be published. Number 1 international best-selling Irish author Cathy Kelly talks about her new novel, and her first Quick Read, The Perfect Holiday.
March 4, 2010
To mark the iPhone and paperback releases of Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning novel, here are the atmospheric opening sentences from the audiobooks.
Oct. 21, 2009
During a Q&A session at this year's iTunes festival, one audience member asked Nick Cave what his literary inspirations were for The Death of Bunny Munro. Nick cited two books as being particularly influential: The SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, and The Gospel According To Mark. Valerie Solanas' diatribe against men was a character reference for Bunny, and the gospel provided both a structural and a narrative reference. In Mark, as with Bunny Munro, the fate of the protagonist is clear from the outset, but at the same time, the reliability of both narrators is shaky. As luck would have it, Nick introduced The Gospel According To Mark for the Pocket Canon edition, first published in 1999. We have tracked down the audio introduction exclusively for Enhanced Editions readers.
Sept. 15, 2009
On 15 September 2009 London's Southbank Centre hosted a discussion between two critically acclaimed modern novelists. David Peace, of Red Riding and Damned United fame, talks to Nick Cave about his new novel, The Death of Bunny Munro, followed by audience questions.
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