Ask not why the monkey fell out of the tree…
My first Nanoism is out: #194
This. Is. So. Cool.
To be honest, I wasn’t sure what to expect from such a nano literature thingy – but am very impressed. So dense and so much in it. Respect!!
Thanks! Yeah, you wouldn’t think 140 characters is enough…and for verbose lil’ me, it’s no small feat. I’m in such awe of other postings on there that manage to tell such huge stories in such concise grit, emotion, and/or humor.
I’m very impressed. I must try to write a Nanoism sometime…hmmm
Thank you–you definitely should try! Hey, consider any snippets that you’re revising out of your final draft and rework them into one–would be nice homage to those ideas/descriptions that didn’t make the final manuscript cut 🙂
Well done! Fun little writing exercise, ain’t it?
I have one appearing September in Trapeze Magazine (another Twitter Fiction site).
Your bio at the end cracked me up. =]
That props means a lot coming from you, who is more practiced in the art of microfiction than I—can’t wait to read the one coming out in September, congrats! And glad you like the bio…a lot of poop does get flung around here 😉
I love it!
And I love doing bad things for the wrong reasons 😉
Naughty girl *hee* That would’ve been a dramatic end to that heated argument you just had, huh? 😉
that is so cool
Great nanoism by the way! And what a cool site! Can anyone submit a piece? It looks like a good little exercise for a writer to be able to write under 140 characters.
Thanks, Ollin, and, yeah, anyone can submit! They only limit you to one submission per week, so you can have at it more than once. I definitely recommend it; for me who tends to get wordy, it was a great exercise in choosing words carefully.
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