Online Storytelling

In the world of Internet, where our identities are mostly unknown and users seldom have chances to meet each other in person; there is still the possibility to create something jointly.
Let’s write 2 stories together in English!
Whether it’s a love story or a thriller, we can make it happen by joining the Online Storytelling.
You may not know each other; however, you can build up these two stories hand in hand, one after another.
From now on just put your pen down and pick up the keyboard.  Tell us what is on your mind here.

In the week of Identity (August 24th-30th, 2009) Mr. Christopher Hütmannsberger will be our reader for YOUR stories. It will be nothing cliché but full of surprises.

Story telling Live:
Dates: August 26th, 27th 2009
Time: 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Location: Base Camp at Linz’s Hauptplatz (Main Square)

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