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Old 09-24-2009, 02:55 PM   #1
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Wilson, Ann: The Alembic Plot. V1.24 Sep 2009

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I became a science fiction fan at age 10, when I stumbled across Arthur C. Clarke's Sands of Mars, and promptly got hooked. I didn't become involved with anything but reading and media until shortly after Star Wars, however, which inspired me to begin writing and other fannish activities such as helping organize the Raumschiff 1 SF club (Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany) and helping with its clubzine, plus a mostly-Trek zine back in the States, Antithesis.
I eventually got tired of writing in others' universes, as being too restrictive, and created my own Terran Empire multiverse. For a while that was strictly in print, in various small press zines (including my short-lived Bifrost. It later went on-line first on Genie, then moved to Delphi's Science Fiction Fandom Forum, spent some time at SFF Net, and had a short-lived web forum of its own here on Delphi. It is continuing to grow as it was intended, as a shared multiverse involving interactive fiction.
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St. Thomas, Monday, 17 June 2571 CE
Captain Mike Odeon cursed in angry frustration as he climbed out of his command van into a late fall New Pennsylvania evening and signalled his Special Operations team forward. They were too late.
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I became a science fiction fan at age 10, when I stumbled across Arthur C. Clarke's Sands of Mars, and promptly got hooked. I didn't become involved with anything but reading and media until shortly after Star Wars, however, which inspired me to begin writing and other fannish activities such as helping organize the Raumschiff 1 SF club (Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany) and helping with its clubzine, plus a mostly-Trek zine back in the States, Antithesis.
I eventually got tired of writing in others' universes, as being too restrictive, and created my own Terran Empire multiverse. For a while that was strictly in print, in various small press zines (including my short-lived Bifrost. It later went on-line first on Genie, then moved to Delphi's Science Fiction Fandom Forum, spent some time at SFF Net, and had a short-lived web forum of its own here on Delphi. It is continuing to grow as it was intended, as a shared multiverse involving interactive fiction.
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St. Thomas, Monday, 17 June 2571 CE
Captain Mike Odeon cursed in angry frustration as he climbed out of his command van into a late fall New Pennsylvania evening and signalled his Special Operations team forward. They were too late.
Is this book interactive fiction?

Are there ones from her that are available which *are*?

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I'm not sure how this got tagged as SHORT FICTION but at 752 pages (on the 505) I can't wait until you post some lengthy work!

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I've re-prefixed it as science fiction. We've all had a slip of the mouse occasionally!

It would be helpful to mention that this is available under a cc licence, crutledge.

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Is this book interactive fiction?

Are there ones from her that are available which *are*?

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I don't really know, Patricia. I am not sure what interactive fiction is.
I picked up the series about a week ago. In the Alembic Plot, the reader can jump from the main narrative to an expansion of the plot and then jump back to the main story line. You can check her out on PG. If there are some you would like to format as interactive fiction (?), go ahead.

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I've re-prefixed it as science fiction. We've all had a slip of the mouse occasionally!

It would be helpful to mention that this is available under a cc licence, crutledge.
Many thanks, Patricia.
The CC license is stated at the top of the Title Page.
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