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Firstworld “wovel” by Jemiah Jefferson

Posted on November 21, 2008 by Matt-M-McElroy

Underland Press has the first few pages of Jemiah Jefferson’s “wovel” up on their website:

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Like me, you were probably wonder “What the hell is a wovel?” Conveniently enough, they have a What is a Wovel? page just for us. The author posts part of the story the readers vote and things continue from there. They make claims that it is the first of its kind, but I’m not so sure that is true (for one example, Tim Buckley from Ctrl+Alt+Del did the Idiots in Space series earlier this year).

Anyway, the story is certainly worth checking out. The writing keeps your attention and the characters are interesting. They encourage feedback, so get involved and see where the story takes you.

Underland Press has a lot of other cool extras on their site that is also worth checking out. Free fiction, interviews and other bits.

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One Response to “Firstworld “wovel” by Jemiah Jefferson”

  1. Ana says:

    The Wovel at Underland Press is great, I finished recently “The Living” by Kealan Patrick Burke. Awesome story.

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