Linebreak Collective founder Adam Carr is gearing up for an exciting month.
Since August 2014, the artists' hub has hosted a number of screenings, workshops, and project launches - and May is looking to be the busiest month yet.
Linebreak Collective will be running workshops every Tuesday in May, from creating your own adventure-style branching narratives, to learning how to self-publish an e-book. The classes are open to anyone, but bookings are essential.
The collective will also host a digital literature showcase on May 1, to inspire and educate artists and writers.
After graduating from University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Creative Arts, Carr noticed how little innovation there was in the world of digital literature.
Wollongong's first digital literature movement, Linebreak Collective was born. The collaborative aims to "combine the power of code with the many forms of writing, to bend tradition and break rules - all in the name of experimentation," said Mr Carr.
Using an ArtStart grant he opened The Coop - a home for Linebreak Collective - right in the heart of the Wollongong CBD.
Its first project, a game called The Coop Times, was released in February. In the first week the game saw over 1000 submitted stories. That number has climbed to 10,500.
Carr said that everyone is welcome to pitch an idea. "Anyone can get in touch with an idea, and I'll find a way to facilitate it," he said.
Linebreak Collective will also be taking part in the upcoming Wollongong Writers Festival this June.