Neomarxisme Short Novel Contest

Let’s keep this intro short. We gave six profoundly-good authors a profoundly-devious challenge: could they write a novel only using a single letter? Behold the 21st century masterpieces produced in response.

From Linda Feldman:

A.

From Yukichi Murakami:

I.

From Roman le Havre:

I.

From Olaf Johnson:

Å.

From Olaf Johnson, Jr.:

å.

From renown sci-fi writer Jerry Libins:

Ø

Runners-Up:

From Lisa Lisa:

A.

From our editorial assitant Mr. Youllog:

I.

W. David MARX (Marxy)
January 16, 2007

Marxy wrote a lot of essays back on his old site Néomarxisme. This is one of them.

6 Responses

  1. erik Says:

    You forgot [insert name of person I have never heard of]: Æ.

  2. marxy Says:

    Our judges could not see the literary merit in that particular entry.

  3. Sibil Ator Says:

    F!

  4. Rory P. Wakekrest Says:

    恋?

  5. pfunk Says:

    π (Adaptation of the Film)

  6. Sean Says:

    I’m sorry, but Ms. Feldman’s work is not new. Her “novel” appeared in weekly installments of the New Yorker in the late 90s. Unfortunately, I can’t remember the original author’s name. Feldman hasn’t even attempted to modify the original in any way. I haven’t seen such boldness since Helen Keller wrote The Frost King.