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“Underland Press is publishing a "wovel" -- a web-novel -- in which the author publishes a cubicle-reading-length installment, along with several possibilities as to where the story could go next.”
“On our web site now, we're doing a project called a wovel, or web novel.”
“The wovel is a "web novel," and I got the impression that Blake had already heard enough about how cutesy the term is-in our interview, I didn't mention it.”
“And please don't anybody comment on how horrible the word "wovel" is.”
“Having used both a snow blower and a standard shovel, I would put the wovel squarely between the two in ease of use.”
“· A new online way to write – the wovel – Web novel.”
“A wovel -- a weekly serial with a vote button at the end of each installment.”
“When the shovel is full, you simply push down on the handle and throw the snow off the wovel.”
“Ms. Blake elaborates on what exactly a “wovel” is:”
“Brian Evenson and Jemiah Jefferson Powells City of Books, @7:30pm: A “wovel” is a web-novel posted in weekly installments.”
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