TwitLit: A CCLaP story series

CCLaP Publishing is happy to announce "TwitLit," the center's first-ever story series. Written as a collection of haiku-like chapters, each no longer than 140 characters, TwitLit stories are first published serially through the short-message service Twitter.com, then published here as high-quality, printable poster versions. CCLaP is always on the lookout for intriguing TwitLit projects, ranging from 10 to 50 parts; simply email Jason Pettus at cclapcenter [at] gmail.com with your submission.

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A Cold-Served Dish of Unjust Desserts, by John Reed

"A Cold-Served Dish of Unjust Desserts," by John Reed
(Adapted from his book Tales of Woe [2010, MTV Press])
Originally ran: June 1, 2 and 3, 2010

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I Loved Gunther Gebel, by Ben Tanzer

"I Loved Gunther Gebel," by Ben Tanzer
Originally ran: April 14 and 15, 2010

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Cat, by Gwendolyn Glover

"Cat," by Gwendolyn Glover
Originally ran: March 10 and 11, 2010

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Angels, by Josh Spilker

"Angels," by Josh Spilker
Originally ran: February 23, 24 and 25, 2010

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Jack & Jill, by JA Tyler

"Jack & Jill," by JA Tyler
Originally ran: February 10 and 11, 2010

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Creative Commons License
All TwitLit stories are released under a Creative Commons license (click the above icon to actually read it in full); this gives you permission to make unlimited copies for yourself, convert it into other formats, translate it into other languages, and use it as a basis for nonprofit multimedia projects (audio, film, animation, stage performance, calligraphy, etc), in return for you not changing the contents or removing the credits. We would appreciate seeing whatever you come up with! Please email the center at cclapcenter [at] gmail.com to have your adaptation get mentioned in the CCLaP blog.


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