Could This Be The Future Of Storytelling?

Could This Be The Future Of Storytelling?
technology

A fiction series experiments with a new model involving its readers.

Naresh Kumar
  • 2 september 2010

The Mongoliad is a collaborative project by Neal Stephenson and Greg Bearand set in a thirteenth century fantasy world. The novel’s chapters are delivered in paid installments and will allow readers to interact with each other and the book’s authors through forums and also participate in its story making process via a Wikipedia-like platform. Each chapter will also be accompanied by supplementary media such as videos, pictures and music.

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