Andrew Fitzgerald

At Twitter: telling stories, working with authors, nefarious experimentation. Also: Novelist, journalist, pro-cat-ist.


Introduction: An experiment


I want to conduct an experiment.

We often think of written fiction as timeless, crafted for history. I want to write extremely timely fiction…


Afterword: Writing a serial interactive story


I am compelled to offer up a capstone to the March Story project (though we are now halfway into April). It was very much an experiment, and…


7. The last day


This post is the last episode of an interactive serial fiction experiment called “A March Story.” Reader contributions are marked as links. To learn more, read the Introduction


6. The edit


This post is part of an interactive serial fiction experiment called “A March Story.” Reader contributions are marked as links. The questions between the sections are your…


5. Cocktails and conspiracy 


This post is part of an interactive serial fiction experiment called “A March Story.” Reader contributions are marked as links. The questions between the…


4. The Free Air Society


This post is part of an interactive serial fiction experiment called “A March Story.” Reader contributions are marked as links. The questions between the sections are…


3. The Mayor’s event


This post is part of an interactive serial fiction experiment called “A March Story.” Reader contributions are marked as links. The questions between the sections are…

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    1. The first day


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    Introduction: An experiment


    I want to conduct an experiment.

    We often think of written fiction as timeless, crafted for history. I want to write extremely timely fiction…