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Wednesday, 04 December 2002

Free Fiction

Cory Doctorow and Charlie Stross have written Jury Service, a new piece of fiction for SciFi.com. Here's what Cory had to say about the piece:

Last spring, Charlie Stross and I co-wrote a story called "Jury Service," an extremely gonzo post-Singularity story whose writing was more fun than any other story I've ever written. Charlie and I pitched the manuscript back and forth to one another in 500-1000 word chunks, each time trying to top the other. We have very little "meta" communication -- just sent the story around and rewrote what we had, then added our own bits. I can remember chuckling so loudly while considering what I would do with Charlie's latest challenge in an airport lounge that the security guard came by to ask if everything was all right. [more]

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