Author Jonathan Franzen has written that “the novel was not simply a genre but an attitude toward that genre.”

“Our state of mind when we pick up a novel today–our knowledge that it’s a work of the imagination; our willing suspension of disbelief in it–is in fact one half of the novel’s essence.”
That’s not bad advice when thinking about the evolution of transmedia as a lasting story format.

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