Similarities and Differences of chick lit, hyperpoetry, blog, speculative fiction, text tula, flash fiction, graphic novel?

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21st century literature deals with the diverse issues and themes being faced in the 21st century which were written by contemporary authors who broke the traditional writing rules.

Genres

Blog

It is a website with short articles which are updated regularly. It typically holds an individual's opinions and experiences on various topics.

Chicklit

It refers to works addressing women issues and themes, specifically modern womanhood and romance. The approach for this genre is conveyed humorously and light-heartedly.

Flash Fiction

It refers to short works containing a range of six to three hundred words. It tells rich and big stories quickly and concisely.

Graphic Novel

It is a narrative work designed in comic book formats. It encompasses non-fiction and a few fictional themes, incorporating short stories for its audience (such as children).

Hyperpoetry

It is digital poetry posted in the internet. The poem can move or mutate depending on the way it was rendered in the internet which makes use of links and hypertext.

Speculative Fiction

It is a collective term for fictional genres, such as science fiction, fantasy, horror, supernatural fiction, superhero fiction and apocalyptic fiction which seems an unnatural fit for reality.

Textula

It is a digital poem in the form of a text message, which is usually a stanza or two short. These works are sent and read on mobile phones.

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Chick lit

Chick lit or chick literature is genre fiction, which "consists of heroine-centered narratives that focus on the trials and tribulations of their individual protagonists. Literature that appeals mainly to women.

Hyperpoetry

Hyperpoetry is a form of digital poetry that uses links using hypertext mark-up. It is a very visual form, and is related to hypertext fiction and visual arts.

Blog

A blog is a discussion or informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries.

Speculative Fiction

Speculative fiction is a broad category of fiction encompassing genres with certain elements that do not exist in the real world, often in the context of supernatural, futuristic or other imaginative themes.

Textula

The term "textula" is a blend of the English word "text" and the Filipino word "tula! ' Meaning text poem, it is a poem written in the form of a text message.

Flash Fiction

Flash fiction is a fictional work of extreme brevity that still offers character and plot development.

Graphic Novel

A graphic novel is a book made up of comics content.

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