TW3 Launches All-Fiction Issue

Posted on July 7, 1999

TW3, an online magazine, celebrates the last summer of the century with its first all-fiction issue. The issues includes short stories, excerpts from novels in progress and a complete novella -- by writers ranging from literary gadfly Jules Siegel to a previously unpublished 19-year-old from Texas.

Siegel's contribution, 30 years in the making and previously seen only by a handful of the author's friends and colleagues, is "Forbidden Dreams: Fragments Of A Novel In Progress," of which the novelist John LeCarré said simply, "I will never part with my copy." Siegel's most recent book is the nonfiction Lineland; his short fiction, articles and reviews have been published in The New York Times, New American Review, The Village Voice, Playboy and many other venues.

TW3 (has been published online since March 1996. It is the flagship site of Pictograph.com, a community of websites for readers, travelers and web publishers. Its staple features, in addition to original fiction, are reviews of books from bestsellers to choice backlist titles and highly opinionated essays on books, writers, readers and publishing trends.
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