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"The Recycling Bins" New experimental fiction

"The Recycling Bins" is a new nonlinear story from Edward Picot, exploring the theme of small-town attitudes towards the environment, and including one song. It's now available at http://edwardpicot.com/binsindex.html for 25c via the BitPass micropayments system. (If you've never used BitPass, it only takes a few clicks, and they offer a wealth of interesting material such as online comics and music: see http://www.bitpass.com/ .)

Also new from Edward Picot: "The Bonfire", a prose poem with pictures; "Penguin Memories", a short piece for children with pictures and audio; "Sweetheart's Expedition", a short story with pictures, also for children; and a completely reorganised and updated links section, with links to many other exciting works of digital literature or new media. Please visit and browse at http://edwardpicot.com .

Please also visit and browse my other site, The Hyperliterature Exchange, which reviews and lists digital literature for sale: it's at http://hyperex.co.uk .

Happy New Year!
© 2001; Edward Picot
This work can also be seen on web site: http://edwardpicot.com
 
 

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