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Creative Writing
Fiction   Suggest a Link
Levi Asher, Queensboro Ballads ("concept album" in 60s style by author of the "Literary Kicks" site)
Chris Bell, Capturing Shadowtalk (an online novel or "global electronic chapbook" in progress)
Bradford Morrow Page (Web Del Sol)
Clocktower Fiction (online fiction by John Argo, Brian Callahan, John T. Cullen)
Martha Conway, Unrelated Land: A Novel With Art 
Bonnie Duncan, "Citing Hypermedia: Solving the Indexing Dilemma" (1998) (essay by the editor of the peer-reviewed online journal (Re)Soundings that lays out a suggested practical policy for the structure of journal file directories, file-naming conventions, etc.) ((Re)Soundings)
Jurgen Fauth, "Poles in Your Face: The Promises and Pitfalls of Hyperfiction" 
Glass Wings: Modern Adventure (Katherine Phelps)
Hyperizons: Hypertext Fiction (hypertext fiction and fiction criticism) (Michael Shumate)
Hypertext Fiction 
Hypertext Fiction on the Web 
Hypertext Hotel (project started by Robert Coover in the Hypertext Fiction Workshop at Brown U.)
Michael Joyce (Vassar C.)
Homepage (now defunct, but Joyce has left a residue page with links to existing online resources)
Amy Lee (U. Baltimore), "Detective Dan Dade Visits the Paper Moon" 
Sharon McKenna, "So You Want to Be a Paperback Writer?" (Third Age Media, Inc.)
Stuart Moulthrop (U. Baltimore)
Hegirascope (A Hypertext Fiction) -1995
NYU Press Prize for Hyperfiction (deadline Mar. 15, 1998; site includes links on hypertext fiction and theory)
"G.M. d. S.," "On Novels, An Antidote to Corporate Publishing, or On the Intelligence and Open-mindedness of Readers, and On the Very Low Esteem Corporate Publishing Has of It (and of Them)" (1997) 
Other (M)Other Stories (Carol Flax, UCSB)
Christy Sheffield Sanford
Homepage of Christy Sheffield Sanford (mixed genre artist/creative writer using advanced Web techniques)
Madame de Lafayette Book of Hours Page (unique, image- and frame-intensive, hypertext meditation inspired by "the life, time or characters of Madame de Lafayette)
Red Mona (a mixed genre work using "flash-cards" with text, images, sound inspired by the Guy de Maupassant story, Petit Soldat)
"Safara in the Beginning," a Moving-Book ("a web-novel set in the seventeenth century")
StoryCraft - Products and Information for Fiction Writers (the StoryCraft story-generating software and information/resources relating to the "Jarvis Method/mythological approach to writing") (StoryCraft Corp.)
Story Resources on the Web (Sherri Johnson; page devoted to the art of storytelling)
Tim O'Brien's Home Page, Novelist 
William H. Calvin, SYNCHRONIZED: A Novel of the Internet Era (Web novel)
The Walking Man ("a collaborative visualization, a hyperfiction dreamscape... a guy walking") (Big Time Hypermedia)
Terri-Ann White, Deep Immersion: A Project of Fiction (hypertext ficion; "result of a writing residency conducted on-line for a period of eight weeks")
Xander Mellish: Short Stories and Cartoons ("about young people in New York City with very big dreams;" "the stories on this site originally appeared on telephone poles and in laundromats and pizza parlours around New York City")
S. D. Young, Rowena's Page--Funny Female Fiction ("A continuing series of mostly humorous short stories about a young woman's life")

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