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By Jaspal Marwah

December 16, 2015 at 9:03 AM

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Active Fiction Project – the Winter Story!

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Got time off for the holidays? If you’re looking for a break from the chaos, check out the winter installation of the Active Fiction Project! It’s a mashup of public space intervention, public art, literature and walking tour!
Active Fiction is a “create your own adventure”, self-guided literary walking tour. We’ve hidden short fictional stories in public spaces in a Vancouver neighbourhood for readers to discover by walking, or biking around. It’s free and anyone can participate.
This time, we’ve got a dark story for a dark time of year. This one may not be ideal for young readers, but sure to appeal to fans of the Hunger Games, Maze Runner and other dystopian adventures. Set in a post-apocalyptic Vancouver, readers need to find their way to a secret society. Only one path will lead you there…
When: Installation up now through end of December.
Where: Starts at planter boxes outside art shop on 28th, just east of Main st.
Check the project website for details & opportunities to win prizes! http://activefictionproject.com/
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