Iterative Fiction

Fiction that gets better, one post at a time.

Continued Existence, Amazon Sales

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I’m going to let prospective buyers from my Amazon store know that this web page is still active as an actual blog and such. I changed careers a couple times since I originally started the idea.

BUT! None of that should not shake your confidence to buy my old legal books or other second-hand stuff. So… good tidings to you and I hope you enjoy the linked content I have on the right.

Written by Mark

October 3, 2013 at 22:04

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Creation of Iteration

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Definition of iteration according to Merriam-Webster: a procedure in which repetition of a sequence of operations yields results successively closer to a desired result.

This blog will be a compilation and news site for people who are creating and iterating on fiction that is free on the internet.  We will not be covering paper based, bound books unless they also appear or are written on the internet. This is a web 3.0 type of initiative, where content is not just fed to users, a la’ web 1.0, or also created by users, a la’ web 2.0, but where the meaning of the content is given form through an iterative process of conglomerating multiple sources both professionally and user created.

Were there enough buzzwords in that last paragraph?

This website is affiliated with the Iterative Science Fiction website and the Iterative Fantasy website because those two genres of fiction interest me most in particular. I encourage users to create new websites dedicated to genres or forms of writing that interest them, as long as they follow the same standards you read in the previous paragraph: chunked content that is freely available on the internet.  We simply request that if you make the website, or any other website using the iterative process in relation to media, please link back to this website for giving you the idea. Thanks!

In the meantime, please read our articles, explore the iterative network linked on this webpage, and send us submissions on content you think we should cover!

Written by Mark

June 27, 2009 at 17:32