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  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 16 — Justin Cascio, a former managing editor at GMP. His work can be found at his main blog here and here for cooking.

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.


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5 responses to “The Fantastic Fifteen — Collaborative Fiction Project”

  1. Veda says :

    Great info. Lucky me I found your website by chance (stumbleupon).
    I have book-marked it for later!


  2. Josh Magill says :

    This should be a blast. I really enjoyed doing Joe’s.


  3. Joe Owens says :

    I enjoyed this very much over the sixty days I moderated the Baker’s Dozen Collaborative Short Story. I am glad to be a part of this one.


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