This week in ENGL 335, we are reading Kate Pullinger’s Jellybone. For readers who want more Flo, more Pullinger, and more of her fantastic collaborations exploring storytelling on networked devices, then I suggest that they read Breathe next.

As Kate Pullinger puts it, “Breathe is a literary experience delivered through your smartphone that responds to your presence by internalising the world around you. Using APIs — application programming interfaces — the story leverages data about you, including place, weather, time, in order to create an experience that is personal and uncanny.”