365 tomorrows
September 12, 2005 6:44 PM   Subscribe

One story a day for 365 days. All stories of the future. Started August 1, 2005 and ending July 31, 2006.
posted by thebabelfish (12 comments total)

 
From boingboing.
posted by By The Grace of God at 6:56 PM on September 12, 2005


Ah, crap, didn't see it there.
posted by thebabelfish at 6:58 PM on September 12, 2005


Neat, I guess--but is there no way to properly navigate the site? I mean, I can read each story by manually typing in the date, but unless I'm blind, I don't see a link to skip from one story to the next...
posted by vernondalhart at 7:22 PM on September 12, 2005


Well, there is the archives link I guess. But it'd still be nice to be able to click on a link for "next story".
posted by vernondalhart at 7:22 PM on September 12, 2005


designed to present readers with one new piece of short speculative fiction each day for one year
posted by melt away at 9:33 PM on September 12, 2005


This is a great link. Thanks!
posted by Fourmyle at 9:54 PM on September 12, 2005


reminds me of girlsarepretty, a site I like to check over every month or so...
posted by crunchywelch at 12:37 AM on September 13, 2005


Wow, this is right up my alley. I think I see what vernondalhart means. I'd like previous story/next story links on each post, so I don't have to always go back to the archive. They're running Wordpress so that's totally easy to do.
posted by sciurus at 6:39 AM on September 13, 2005


Kathy Kachelries's The Nine Billion Names Of God is probably one of the worst stories I've ever read, and I've read stuff from high school creative writing classes. I hope the others are better.
posted by Optimus Chyme at 9:08 AM on September 13, 2005


Nifty link.
posted by andreaazure at 11:18 AM on September 13, 2005


I too started reading "The Nine Billion Names Of God" until a typo pissed me off. I hope the stories improve.
posted by sohcahtoa at 6:57 PM on September 13, 2005


They're not great, are they? I was looking forward to it too.
posted by Devils Slide at 1:59 AM on September 14, 2005


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