A field guide to the visionaries—and the fans—who are reinventing the art of storytelling.
"Starred Review. Wired contributing editor Rose takes a broad and deep look at how electronic media are changing storytelling, inviting an immersion that drills down beneath surface information and encourages a deeper level of emotional involvement. . . . Completely fascinating." — Booklist
"The definitive book on transmedia—what it really is, where it came from and how it is changing our culture. A must read for anyone now in the business of telling stories, which almost certainly includes you—whatever it is you do." — Matt Mason, author of The Pirate's Dilemma
"Frank Rose has written an important, engaging, and provocative book, asking us to consider the changes the Internet has wrought with regard to narrative as we have known it, and making it impossible to ever watch a movie or a TV show in quite the same way." — Peter Biskind, author of Down and Dirty Pictures and Star
"Himself a master of good old-fashioned narrative, Frank Rose has given us the definitive guide to the complex, exciting and sometimes scary future of storytelling." — Steven Levy, author of Hackers