black comedy

black comedy

really BAD Shakespeare

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Exclusively on WritingRaw.com, there is a new adventure in storytelling. The project is called really BAD Shakespeare and it is a modern day bi-monthly penny dreadful (a penny dreadful was a type of British fiction published in the nineteenth century that usually featured lurid serialized stories that ran over a number of weeks, months, or sometimes, years). really BAD Shakespeare is a twisted, black comedy in which Shakespeare Williams (named after William Shakespeare, the inventor of the level-wind reel not the playwright) tells of the semi-tragic account of Armageddon in the fictional town of Potter's Field, Illinois. Each episode contains less than 1,500 words. These episodes may be short and not-so-sweet, but they are heavy on plot development with twists and turns that you will never see coming (no matter how demented you are!) Heres what Connie Chang of the Potters Field Daily News has to say about really BAD Shakespeare: Mix equal parts of Douglas Adams, Christopher Moore and Kurt Vonnegut and you still cant imagine the twisted, original story going on here Honestly, sometimes Armageddon isnt as glamorous as some want us to believe! Connie Chang, the Potters Field Daily News. All past episodes can be viewed online, or you can contact us and we will email you the most up-to-date version containing all the previous episodes this way you can start fresh with Episode 10: It Makes Gods and Meaner Creatures Kings. So stop in today at WritingRaw.com and discover some really BAD Shakespeare and other new and emerging writers and poets. Music by Last Call For Summer