When you get around to the type of internet fiction called blog fiction, or blogfic — and it won’t take you long — you should stop in at BlogFiction.org. On that site you’ll find posts that will help you put things in context, as well as get you up to speed on the current state of the genre (if that’s the right word for it).
First up, and a must-read, is a post titled Blog Fiction Defined. It’s exactly the kind of deep analysis I like, but it’s also very accessible, and includes a clickable flow chart to help you grasp the information presented. Even better, there’s an explicit acknowledgment that it’s too soon to nail some of the details down, and from an editorial point of view that’s a very good sign.
After that, poke around on the blog and in the forum. There are some good nuggets of information to be found not just on the subject of blog fiction, but on the much more important question of what blog fiction is and may become. As someone who’s interested not just in reading blogfic, but in writing it, I need to know how blog fiction is put together as a matter of craft, and BlogFiction.org seems interested in that question as well.
— Mark Barrett