A few of these I'd like to try are:
- A novel that's all character descriptions, like five hundred character descriptions with the plot hidden in the trivia of their exposition
- A novel that only uses 100 words, not like a hundred word novel, like a 50,000 word novel that just uses the same 100 words over and over.
- An anthology of the same elements repeated over and over in various interesting ways. You could use the fiction machine to put together a list of elements you like, and have a dozen writers compose them in their own way (great for creative writing classes).
And now that I've mentioned creative writing classes - the wonder of low cost distribution means any group can get together and publish an anthology or a catalog of essays.
- Your creative writing class could publish via Kindle and Blurb and people's grandmothers can get copies as NaNoWriMo gifts.
- Your bible study group can publish collections of theological musings My Utmost for His Highest style.
- Your maniacal PhD adviser could demand all her candidates keep detailed personal journals to be published as an memoir of research.
I never said it would be enjoyable.