WHITE HOUSE Live…and in The Guardian

So my Twitter Fiction Festival story, White House, is live and happening now over at @whnanny.  Wanted to say thanks to Twitter and the accomplished (and no doubt hard-working) jury they assembled to select some amazing projects from around the world.

Also, my gratitude to those who are following along and have expressed kind words.  I didn’t know how this thing was going to turn out (still don’t, really).  But it’s great to know you’re out there, getting a kick out of it (even if, in a few cases, it has already disrupted precious sleep habits…including my own!)

There’s been some great coverage of the festival and White House too, including this piece by Alison Flood in The Guardian:

The Guardian (UK) – Alison Flood on the Twitter Fiction Festival


WHITE HOUSE chosen for Twitter Fiction Festival!

Excited to announce that my story, “White House,” has been selected to be showcased for the first ever Twitter Fiction Festival.  The festival (and my story) begins tomorrow, Wednesday, November 28th and over the following five days.

“White House” is the re-telling and re-casting of Henry James’ “The Turn of the Screw” set in the present day White House.  A real-time psychological thriller for Twitter.

You can check out “White House” at @whnanny (under the name of the narrator, Hannah Bly).