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The question of whether Vance was dead or not became more than academic when he found himself in a bathtub up to his chin in ice water like some forgotten cocktail garnish, a demonic woman standing over him, and no memory of how he got there.
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"Nova Lance Burn!" moves into polish phase

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On February 3rd, 1947 a supernova wavefront changed everything. A previously unknown galactic civilization intervened saving the majority of life of Earth. In the wake of the Galactics' intervention, people started to develop powers declaring themselves superheroes and supervillains. Thirty seven years later Michael Gurick watches his superhero father die, and vowed to revenge him by Dispensing Justice. (e)

Early this month Chris C. passed along the news that Wildside Press is relaunching "Startling Stories" and would be open for submissions from March 1st to 31st and encouraged me to pick out one of my stories and submit. After reviewing what I had written but had yet to publish, was short enough (limit of 10,000 words), I didn't think that any of the stories that were under the word limit really fit the venue. Thus, I turned to my forty or so stories currently in my "incubator" looking for something more suitable. I identified one (originally and very tentatively titled "Burn, Asteroid Burn!" [I nearly always have some title in mind when I come up with story idea, and if not, I'll slap something evocative onto it]) that I already knew the plot I wanted, established a setting, and had a reasonable idea about the characters. So on Feb. 2nd, I promoted BAB out of the Incubator, spent a little time to come up with a title that wasn't quite as melodramatic, and started writing. Yesterday, Feb. 25th, I finished the barf (first) draft of "Nova Lance Burn!" at 9800 words. Today I start polishing.

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