Netprov = internet improv

… or you you could say Netprov is networked, improvised storytelling in available media.

Netprov is a word we like that describes a multitude of creative storytelling projects people do in available media.

When somebody makes a fake Twitter account of an object or a critter — that is netprov.

When somebody creates a make-believe event  and blogs about it in real time — that is netprov.

When a group of friends pretend to be sports moguls in their fantasy football league — that is netprov.

These kinds of projects crack us up!

And we believe this is an art form.

We ask: how good — how funny, how deep, how moving, how memorable — can netprovs get?

More About Netprov

Netprov: Elements of an Emerging Form, by Mark C. Marino and Rob Wittig

Hyperrhiz 11, Special Issue: Netprov, edited by Mark C. Marino and Rob Wittig

Kate Durbin Interviews Rob Wittig & Mark Marino of “Tempspence”, by Kate Durbin

Netprov—Networked Improv Literature, by Rob Wittig and Mark C. Marino