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By Drew Wesley Peardon
Sarah Michelson is a low-level accountant from 200 years in the future. She decides to become a professional writer, so she pitches a novel she wrote to an international digital book publisher. Her novel? A science fiction story set over a thousand years into her future, telling the story of...
Another short story that I made in my Spring 2013 Fiction Writing class. The assignment was to have a character in the story to be aware that they're in a story and being controlled by the author (somewhere along the line). That's called Metafiction/Romantic Irony; yes I had to Google this and...
Is fiction really just that, or is there more to it than we realize? We hear about the philosophy of fiction from a fictional character.
By Nathan Fell
Me trying to be meta and all
By Theodore Maugh
A young man watches a documentary about himself with his family, but, without his realising, the camera has intruded and exposed some secrets which he would rather keep concealed. Despite the title of the documentary, he is revealed to be far from being an 'ordinary man'.
Short Story | Updated Sep 14, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By David Goodwill
The Truth about Patrick Welles is an authorâ€™s attempt to escape his boundaries, by addressing them face first with an open and self-reflective context. The menial world of his character, Vivian, is forced to find a means of escape and can only turn within herself to get away from the...
By Burnest Hemingway
Two men have been trapped in a story! Will and Dr. Roget need to desperately escape the clutches of the author before he gains access to their thoughts and renders it all stream-of-consciousness.