October 9, 2010

In 1969, a group of respected New York area writers wrote a novel (under a pseudonym) Titled, Naked Came The Stranger that spoofed the tawdry sensationalistic Jacqueline Susann-like books at the time, by each in turn writing one chapter — deliberately inconsistent and poorly written, but with lots of sex– and then passing it on to the next. The resulting novel was a bestseller, even before it was revealed who the authors were. This concept has spawned many copies, such as “Naked Came the Manatee” (Florida-based writers writing a novel which took place in Florida), and “Naked Came the Phoenix” (by a group of female mystery writers)

Naked Came The Null Delegate is an attempt by a groups of .NET blogger to create a similar story.


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