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Web 2.0 storytelling/Facebook satire continues, with Austenbook:
For a previous instance of this sort of thing, there's Facebook Hamlet.
December 09, 2008 at 23:00 in Web 2.0 storytelling | Permalink
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No vampires involved, but my friend (and Nebula winner) John Kessel sent Dr. Victor von Frankenstein to woo Austen's Mary Bennet in his short story "Pride and Prometheus".
"Pride and Prometheus" is published in his collection The Baum Plan for Financial Independence, and has also recorded himself reading the story. The audio is available as free audio in two short parts on his site's Audio page.
Steve B |
December 10, 2008 at 11:29
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