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Joe's Luck Unabridged: The World's Longest Literary Remix

Joe's Luck Unabridged: The World's Longest Literary Remix

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In the spring of 2010, a dedicated crew of GalleyCat Reviews readers rewrote one page of Joe's Luck: Always Wide Awake. One hundred years after the novel was published, these readers found new ways to tell Horatio Alger’s rags to riches story—creating video games, comic books, poetry, and rewritten prose. Readers remixed the story with H.P. Lovecraft monsters, Twitter feeds, the Wizard of Oz, zombies, Hunter. S. Thompson hallucinations, and countless other literary styles.

To celebrate their work, we’ve created a free eBook edition of the remixed novel. This full-length edition of the book breaks the novel into distinct pages—following the original numbering of the page assignments. In this edition, every individual writer has an individual page. At some points, we left some empty spaces to maintain the separation. If you want to read the book without breaks, check out the abridged edition—this version saves all the author identification for the endnotes.
In the spring of 2010, a dedicated crew of GalleyCat Reviews readers rewrote one page of Joe's Luck: Always Wide Awake. One hundred years after the novel was published, these readers found new ways to tell Horatio Alger’s rags to riches story—creating video games, comic books, poetry, and rewritten prose. Readers remixed the story with H.P. Lovecraft monsters, Twitter feeds, the Wizard of Oz, zombies, Hunter. S. Thompson hallucinations, and countless other literary styles.

To celebrate their work, we’ve created a free eBook edition of the remixed novel. This full-length edition of the book breaks the novel into distinct pages—following the original numbering of the page assignments. In this edition, every individual writer has an individual page. At some points, we left some empty spaces to maintain the separation. If you want to read the book without breaks, check out the abridged edition—this version saves all the author identification for the endnotes.

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Published by: galleycat on Jun 24, 2010
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