Thursday, 15 December 2011

Web Lit Roulette #2

A semi-random selection of highlights from the world of online literature

As you may gather from this list, I tend to be attracted by interesting titles. It's a good way of getting your work noticed. They used to say, "Don't judge a book by its cover," but I think "don't judge a book by its title" is perhaps more appropriate when talking about online literature. It's definitely a good way of getting yourself noticed.

Crossing Shoal Creek by J.T. Ledbetter (from Haggard and Halloo)

The Woman Who Was a House by Sarah Layden (from PANK magazine)

'Facing by Michael Newsham (from Subtle Tea)

Harold’s Purple Crayon by Glen Armstrong (from Red Fez)

The Grand Canyon Brings People Together by Molly Prentiss (from Kill Author)

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