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Post November 18, 2009, 10:47:22 PM

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Long awaited, much anticipated, skeptically believed in....it's the November issue.

We have long fiction. We have short fiction. We have poetry, and more of our regular columns from Seanan McGuire and McCamy Taylor. Check it out, because it's all here.

At least I think it is. If any of it is missing, let me know. :)
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Post November 18, 2009, 11:18:56 PM

Amazingly enough, all the links work!

It's amazing because I coded most of the links, and I usually screw up at least one.

We managed to get more than 300 posts for October, although a good many of them were "Green Room" material (re: how much dialect is too much, the need to make setting (time and place) clear to the reader -- or not, troll (the ancient fool-tide carol), and whether Aphelionites should publish a book or three).

Shall we try for 400? I'm sure there's some objectionable / controversial material in this issue SOMEWHERE. Of course, you'll have to read all the stories and poems and features very carefully to be sure...

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Post November 20, 2009, 06:46:43 PM

Objectionable?

Nope. None. National security you know. Move along now.

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Post November 20, 2009, 07:09:51 PM

Theorizing!

Okay, someone else help out and complete the set.

Theory: If all the items are posted up early, folks can get to chatterin' instead'o'guessin'.

The more chatterin', the better the numbers for the nice yearly growth graphs that we don't have time to make while we're busy chatterin'.

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