Frank Sargeson Trust Chair Elizabeth Aitken-Rose explores what it means to be an author in the digital age.
We are all living and operating in the middle of a technological revolution – a global community in which we expect more of everything, faster than ever before. We have access to, and are consuming, more content than past generations would have thought possible.
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