Triggers Down: A Social Writing Project

Mulholland BooksMulholland Books has started a wonderful social writing project called Triggers Down:

Mulholland Books is looking for English and writing students to contribute writing to Triggers Down, a social writing project that will be a testament to writers building off of other writers’ work to create bigger and better stories. The goal is to create a 100-paragraph crime story.

Here’s how it works: Mulholland Books will assign interested students specific passages, each student will write a section that branches off of the one before it (except for the first paragraph, of course), and that process will continue until students have composed a cohesive narrative.

You can learn more, including how to participate, at Mulholland’s website.

Mulholland Books, named after the infamous Mulholland Drive, has a very simple goal: “to publish books you can’t stop reading. Whatever their form – crime novels, thrillers, police procedurals, spy stories, even supernatural suspense – the promise of a Mulholland Book is that you’ll read it leaning forward, hungry for the next word.”

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