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Welcome to the Thousand and One Flat World Tales Project:


A "Flat Classroom" writing workshop between students of Korea International School (KIS) in Seoul, South Korea, Punahou High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, and Arapahoe High School in Littleton, Colorado.


Publication Announcement! Sixteen Down, 985 to Go....


(8 October 2008)
The winning stories from this wiki workshop have been published online on the 1001 Flat World Tales website. Drop by to read the tales, listen to the authors reading them on podcasts, see the history of the project, and give feedback to the authors, student publishers and editors!

And stay tuned for publication of the Tales as both an eBook (free download) and a paper book (for cost) in The 1001 Flat World Tales: "1001Tales_website_screenshot.pngNeverending Stories" from Young Writers Around the World, 2007 Edition. Published authors will be contacted about posting their story on their own personal blog to create the world's first "blook" as well.

This project is never-ending and open to all young writers, all schools (and home-schoolers), all age groups.

Want to add your stories for the 2007-2008 edition?
Contact Clay Burell (Korea) or Chris Watson (Hawaii) for ages 11-18, and Kim Cofino (Bangkok) or Jeff Dungan (Dominican Republic) for ages 5-10.

Resubmission Guidelines:

If you were told to resubmit your story after revising and editing, the resubmission deadline is Friday, 20 July 2007. If you cannot make that deadline, your next chance to submit is for the 2008 edition of the book.

Seoul, S.Korea


Denver, CO, USA


Hawaii, USA







Participating Teachers:


Clay Burell, Korea International School, Pangyo Campus, Seoul, Rep. of Korea.
Christopher Watson, Punahou High School, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
Michele Davis, Arapahoe High School, Littleton, Colorado, USA.