Other ways to tell stories

A couple months back, I read about a novel from the '60's that wasn't bound as a book but as individual chapters that could be read in any order.  The novel was about memory and as such the form mirrored the content's non-linear nature.  The playfulness of form has stayed in my mind (and on my agenda).

Part of technology's promise is that we will find new ways to express ourselves.  I definitely like some of what Jonathan Harris is doing, which is quite a bit.

Thanks Geralyn!


Here's another experiment in telling stories, but now in One Sentence.  It's a good way to practice your pitches, you screenwriters you.