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140 and Counting

Started by AlanSummers, December 21, 2011, 12:27:42 PM

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AlanSummers

If you are getting eBook readers for Christmas, check out 140 and Counting.

I have a couple of tanka in this excellent ebook which also includes haiku, senryu and other Twitter published literature.


140 and Counting
http://www.upperrubberboot.com/140-and-counting/

ISBN 978-1-937794-05-7 (epub) available for iPad, Nook, etc. from Goodreads. See website above for details.

Kindle versions:

US:
http://www.amazon.com/140-And-Counting-ebook/dp/B006KLYF8G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1324468534&sr=8-1

UK:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/140-And-Counting-ebook/dp/B006KLYF8G/ref=sr_1_15?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1324467915&sr=1-15

Plucky underdog online journal Seven by Twenty is an online magazine using Twitter as its publishing platform, for readers at home and on mobile devices, which started publishing weekdaily in July 2009. Seven by Twenty specializes in literary and speculative writing that fits in a tweet – they mostly publish haiku and related forms (like scifaiku and senryu), and cinquains and American sentences, and very, very, very short stories.

140 And Counting is a collection of the best twitter literature from the first two years of the journal's history, on relationships, nature, work, animals, seasons, science fiction and fantasy, and mortality: 141 clever little allotments of literature by 119 authors in 1 exquisite ebook!

Seven by Twenty
is an online magazine using Twitter as its publishing platform. Here is a collection of the best twitter literature from the first two years of the journal's history, on relationships, nature and the night, work, animals, seasons, science fiction and fantasy, and mortality, by 119 authors from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Germany, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Qatar, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Other good writers include: Jim Kacian; Alison Williams; John Stevenson; Carol Raisfeld; Charles Trumbull; Deborah P. Kolodji; Helen Buckingham; Joanne Merriam; Liam Wilkinson; Miriam Sagan; Peter Newton; Richard Stevenson and many more!

all my best,

Alan
Alan Summers,
founder, Call of the Page
https://www.callofthepage.org

Vida

I got the Kindle version the other day and now I am enjoying the read :)
Congratulations!

Best,
Vida
"The pain felt in my foot is not my hand's,
So why, in fact, should one protect the other?"
                                                Shantideva

Nu Quang

Alan,

Thank you for the announcement. I just got a copy. Congratulations on your tanka.

Best,

Nu

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