A monkey randomly hitting typewriter keys for an infinite amount of time must surely eventually produce a masterwork.
It would most likely have taken nine drunken monkeys, working telepathically, about 22 hours total to (re)produce my novel Séance in B Minor. But I'm rather proud of it, nonetheless. Looking back to 2005, I now see that manuscript as rather peculiar, the language a bit much in many places, and the plot somewhat (ha) convoluted.
Anyway, I did what I set out to do -- propose an unusual solution to the historical riddle "Did Franz Schubert write two more movements for the Unfinished Symphony, which were subsequently lost?"