Caesar Naples e-Wiki
By Caesar Naples
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Published: June 12, 2012
Words: 33,431 (approximate)
A fictional research team, a fictional author. Fictional stories and non-fictional writing. Poems, Facebook posts--lots of variety in this social media/self-publishing/mental health experimental anthology.
This book is brilliant, in a way. An imaginary online team has brought together the portfolio of an equally fictional person, Caesar Naples. The "Wiki Staff" researches each piece with insight from the author, who suffered from schizophrenia. The first two chapters are nonfiction, then a small collection of poems in chapter three. Next are seven short stories. The fifth chapter is various online posts of Caesar Naples. Drawings and artwork are in chapter six. And in "Archives," chapter seven, are a large collection of work from Caesar Naples as a high schooler. The rest of the book is a message to the readers, focusing on the power of social media. In future revisions, the publisher, "Caesar Naples Wiki," hopes to elaborate on the mental health message of the book, but you hardly have to read between the lines to grasp the seriousness of this entire anthology.
, social media
, mental health
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