Aug. 29 to
Sept. 2, 2002
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Shadowmarch CastleConJosé's toastmaster, Tad Williams, has embarked on an unusual new venture, a fantasy novel that is being created online. Like other experiments in web-publishing, Shadowmarch is being published on the web in installments. But, as it is a fantasy novel, the web site will feature lots of things beside the text. There will be historical background, maps, artwork, perhaps even one day animation, music or a role-playing game. A bulletin board allows readers to join the Shadowmarch community and even assist in the creation of the world.

Tad says, "I want to create something for the medium, not simply sell fiction on-line. So we've made a website that we think is a lot of fun. Because the site is modular, we intend that it will grow and grow. And Shadowmarch is an on-going story whose ending even I don't know. I'm very much hoping readers will get involved with both the story and the site and that they will influence everything to do with Shadowmarch."

For more information about Shadowmarch, and to join the Shadowmarch community, click here.




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