March 12, 2010

Gwendolyn Glover's "TwitLit" poster is now available

Cat, a TwitLit story by Gwendolyn Glover

We just got done yesterday with CCLaP's latest TwitLit story, "Cat" by Gwendolyn Glover, and I hope that those who ended up getting to follow along in real time over at Twitter enjoyed it. (Don't forget to add "@cclapcenter" to your Tweet over there to leave us feedback; Gwen and I would both enjoy hearing what you thought.) As promised, for those who didn't want to bother with the Twitter version, here today is the entire 20-part story available as a free high-quality PDF file at the center's main TwitLit headquarters. You can always stop by that main page anytime in the future for it; but if you're reading this blog entry, you can also right-click directly on the links below to download the most appropriate version right this second:

US laserprinter version (8.5 x 11)

EU laserprinter version (A4)

Don't forget that the next TwitLit story, starting March 24th, is the brand-new "I Loved Gunther Gebel" by our old pal Ben Tanzer; and also don't forget that I'm on the active search for more good TwitLit stories as we speak, in that Ben's is the last one right now scheduled for publication! You can drop me a line at cclapcenter [at] for more, or to simply send a submission. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

Filed by Jason Pettus at 10:14 AM, March 12, 2010. Filed under: CCLaP Publishing | CCLaP news | Design | Literature |