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Twenty Three Pieces

Published: Fri 5 Feb 2010 05:11 PM
Twenty Three Pieces


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Megan is new to Wellington. Craig has lived here his whole life. And Skye will accidentally cause the evacuation…
An original New Zealand story with a new chapter every day of the Fringe.
When an anonymous author emails and asks you to promote their work as part of a 2010 Wellington Fringe Festival first, what do you say?
Hell, yeah!
Aimee Froud, (Live at Six, Carnival Hound, A Bright Room Called Day and Lovers of Central Park), and D.M. Peloneum are proud to present Twenty Three Pieces.
Twenty Three Pieces is a first for New Zealand Fringe – each day throughout the 23-day festival, subscribers will receive the next chapter. It’s free, it’s awesome and, let’s be honest, wouldn’t you rather receive the next part of a well-told tale than another work-related email?
Twenty Three Pieces will make addicts of each and every one of its readers. Do you know what will happen next? Did you have breakfast at the cafe mentioned on Day Two? Are you that character who starred in Day Eight? Did Skye really bring round the downfall of Wellington? And just who is author D.M. Peloneum?
To subscribe, email ‘Tell me a story’ to twentythreepieces@gmail.com.
Twenty Three Pieces. Don’t miss out.
ENDS

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