Article: 261282 of talk.bizarre From: Andrew Solberg <email@example.com> Newsgroups: talk.bizarre Subject: 0x100 Date: 1 Dec 1995 01:15:57 -0500 Organization: iTRiBE Mail to News Gateway Lines: 32 Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: <email@example.com> X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL23] X-Provider: iTRiBE, Inc <URL: http://www.itribe.net/> X-Gateway: Posted via the iTRiBE News<->Email gateway X-Disclaimer: iTRiBE, Inc. neither endorses nor assumes any responsibility for the contents of this posting. Status: RO What follows is 100x100, a collection of 100 science fiction stories, dialogues, scenes and snippets, each 100 words long. Some of these appeared originally in talk.bizarre. A while back I packaged up a few of those front-runners and sent them to a publisher. They liked them and wanted to see more. This is more. The manuscript is in the mail. This might be a book. It also might not be a book, so I'm not getting my hopes too high. Why, Solberg, why? Why are you posting this stuff to the net before it is accepted? I don't have a really good answer. I guess I just want attention. In the meantime: please note the copyright information. Do not disseminate beyond standard Usenet propagation. Please do send critiques, though. Advice on illustrations is also welcome. I'm leaning towards diagrams from old Popular Mechanics magazines. Thank you, and enjoy. -- This post is COPYRIGHT 1995, Andrew Solberg. All rights reserved. Standard usenet distribution is acceptable; other forms of reproduction or reprinting may be considered in violation of international copyright law. Andrew Solberg is HWRNMNBSOL: firstname.lastname@example.org, Math Dept., Rice U.