The Fantastic Fifteen — Collaborative Fiction Project
Hi all, in three (3) days, yes 3 days, that’s July 29th a new project will begin and I’m really excited to be a part of it. I along with 14 other writers will be contributing our talents to one collaborative short story.
The Fantastic Fifteen. That’s who we are, and if I must toot the collective horn — we are pretty fantastic. As I perused the other blogs, I noticed how each us has a different and unique writing style and point of view. So, I am really excited and interested to see how we (a poet, a sci-fi guy, a fantasy gal, and more) meld our chapters together to make a complete and cohesive story.
So, what’s the premise behind this? Well it’s pretty simple Josh Magill over at The Magill Review had the thought to get a few writers, 15 to be exact, together and write a collaborative piece of fiction — 100 words at a time. To read more about it click here.
If you are interested or know of anyone that’s interested in joining The Fantastic Fifteen gang, please shoot Josh an email at email@example.com. There’s one spot left.
Here’s The Fantastic Fifteen line up along with their links. Make sure to check them out.
July 29 — Richard Eaker, Contributing Writer to The Magill Review
August 5 — Josh Magill, Editor of The Magill Review
August 12 — Joe Owens, The pen behind “Joe’s Musings” and TMR Contributing Writer
August 19 — Erica Hines, The inspiration for “A Short A Day.”
August 26 — Rob Akers, Writer of his own blog here.
September 2 — Thaddeus Howze, a writer at Hub City Blues.
September 9 — Elvis Alves, author of the poetry collection, Bitter Melon. Check him out here.
September 23 — M.L. Swift, the “master of the house” at M.L. Swift, Writer
September 30 — Abby Jones, spinner of urban fantasy at Worlds Before the Door.
October 7 — Alexander Ikawah, author of Creative Samples Kenya.
October 14 — Franklin Durden, a beginning writer looking to share more. His writing can be seen here.
October 21 — Ambrozya, a muse for many on her own blog.
October 28 — TBD
November 4 — Karlene Petitt, author of the aviation thriller, “Flight for Control.” You can read about her here.