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• DESCRIPTION •
A pseudo small novella in verse by Richard Chiem and Ana Carrete. Novella in Spanish is a soap opera. The best soap opera happens between a boy and a girl. She says, "In Spanish it's novela. Telenovela. One L."
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• REVIEWS/INTERNET HYPE •
"There is a connection between two people. There is a connection between people who know each other's cell phone numbers. There is a new kind of way to hurt the one you love by ignoring their light on the little ear box." — Frank Hinton
"This thing is gonna rattle you and your (mis)conceptions about e-books and telenovelas and collaborative writing, and I’m thinking GOOD THING" — Tyler Gobble at Vouched
"Because, when you really look at it, in the interior of a relationship—boy/girl, boy/boy, girl/girl—there is this small, strange world that only the inhabitants truly understand. It has its own language. It has its own justice system. It has its own flag." — Matthew Simmons at HTMLGIANT
"If resistance is not possible through interaction, we may strive towards it in our creation of content. Oh No Everything Is Wet Now demonstrates how the Internet affords us the tools for innovation in modern literature ... [It] is a rebellion against the standardisation of literature." — Alexander J. Allison at The Lit Pub
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