The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories : Volume 3 Hardback
Part of the The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories series
The universe isn't made of atoms; it's made of tiny stories.
Praised by fans and critics alike, The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories has been one of the most beloved projects to come out of actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt's online creative coalition hitRECord.
With Volume 3, the journey continues with a fresh selection of stories small in scope but outsize in impact.
To create The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories- half short story collection, half communal poem (Flavorwire)-Joseph Gordon-Levitt, known within the hitRECord.org community as RegularJOE, directs thousands of collaborators to tell tiny stories through words and art.
With the help of the entire creative collective, Joe culls, edits, and curates the massive numbers of contributions into a finely tuned collection that is at once ingeniously illustrated ...witty [and] meaningful. (Entertainment Weekly). The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, Volume 3 once again brings together art and voices from around the world to unite and tell stories that defy size.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 128 pages, Black and White Illustrations Throughout
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 25/11/2013
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780062121653
Showing 1 - 3 of 3 reviews.
Review by drewsof
Another spectacular collection, with exceptional illustrations and stories that really seem to be growing from one volume to the next. The tiny story format would seem to be so constrictive on the surface, but really? It's about what those one, two, three sentences set off in your mind - not about how tiny they might be. Just delightful.
Review by grumpydan
Joseph Gordon Levitt does it again with the third edition of the Tiny Book of Tiny Stories. It is an enjoyable collection of super short stories and artwork that hits the emotional spot. From the minds of many collaborators these bits are inspirational, poetic, creative, funny, and quite stimulating. Some more than others; but still it’s a cool book.
Review by PamZaragoza
"I want desperately to press you between the pages of a book and keep you forever."