From the Oakland North review:
Two Twitter novels from Pamela Matsuda-Dunn’s prolific online series of novels make a reverse migration from digital to the printed page. (Matsuda-Dunn writes one new seven-chapter novel a week; each chapter is written as a single Tweet.) Each 140-character chapter is displayed on the gallery’s walls as an object in its own frame. One of the miniature tomes chronicles the entire birth and death of a relationship.
In addition, there is a comic book, published in conjunction with this exhibition that includes an illustrated Twitter novel, “Harlow Cemetery,” and a secret comic strip from 2000, called “Searching for Light.”