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These stories are primarily written by one or the other of us with lots of interaction with our partner. We develop our plots jointly, argue about characters, motivations and twists incessantly and write scenes for each other, while writing what are more-or-less our own stories. In the end, the stories are collaborations, with a bit of the primary author's voice showing through.

- Feb, 19, 2018 - News -
Clif & Carol participated at Penguicon 2018 in May.

Carol explained common grammar errors and how to avoid them to a full house on Sunday afternoon, when folks are usually trying to get home, not sit for a grammar talk.

Clif showed how to use Editomat to fine-tune dialog, provided an overview of Linux Virtual Machine options, and participated in the Writer's Block readings. He read Contractual Obligations. At that time, it was in the UFO #7 slush pile. A few weeks later it was accepted for publication.

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These stories are primarily written by one or the other of us with lots of interaction with our partner. We develop our plots jointly, argue about characters, motivations and twists incessantly and write scenes for each other, while writing what are more-or-less our own stories. In the end, the stories are collaborations, with a bit of the primary author's voice showing through.