Tag Archive for ‘nanonovelist’
My latest nanonovel: Ouroboros
My nanoseries didn’t suit Green Tentacles’ i.e. Thaumatrope’s needs, though I’m not sure what they meant. But I never self-publish submitted and rejected texts.
I’ve got an idea for a new nanonovel, a murder mystery. It’s an idea related to a chapter in Robert Coover’s novel Gerald’s Party.
Right now I’m working on a nanoseries for Green Tentacles’ @thaumatrope channel on Twitter. I hope I’ll have it done when they accept submissions again.
My latest nanonovel: Antidroma
My next project: An epistolary nanonovel. The problem is, that ultrashort dialog often doesn’t sound dramatic, but rather droll.
My next nanonovel will be a conspiracy thriller. Will take some time; I’d only write a nanonovel with a plot that I’d also appreciate for a regular novel.
Fabia Maxima, Consul & General
A nanonovel should be similar to regular novels in structure and content. You can squeeze a lot into a few words; check out Wired’s six-worders and Thaumatrope.
For a nanonovel, you have to stop being generous with regard to concessions to formal aspects. “The End” is out.
A new project: Nanonovels, published on Twitter. First novel to be delivered on twitter.com/nanonovelist soon.