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07-05-2010, 02:40 PM
Check out this new article Catalyst Game Labs posted on Monday 07-05-2010 02:37 PM:

Shadowrun writers linked together (http://www.shadowrun4.com/wordpress/2010/07/shadowrun-writers-linked-together/)

About two months ago, New York Times bestselling author and Shadowrun writer Michael Stackpole started what he called the Chain Story (http://chainstory.stormwolf.com/). The premise is this: A bunch of people–explorers and such–are gathered at a place called the Wanderers’ Club. There, they swap tales of their latest adventures and exploits, including stories of ghosts, murder, and other mayhem. Stackpole has enlisted a fine pack of writers to tell their own stories spinning off from this central theme, and the stories have a classic adventure feel to them. There are thirteen stories so far, and Shadowrun writers are well represented. Besides Stackpole himself (who wrote the first (http://www.michaelastackpole.com/?p=1429) and tenth (http://www.michaelastackpole.com/?p=1501) stories in the series), there’s Rigel Ailur (http://chainstory.stormwolf.com/?p=124) (alter ego of Kris Katzen, who wrote the opening story in Seattle 2072), Ilsa Bick (http://www.ilsajbick.com/?page_id=368) (who contributed the story “The Art of Diving in the Dark” to the Spells & Chrome anthology) and a story by me (http://jmhardy.wordpress.com/2010/06/19/a-short-flight-from-a-tall-tree/). Check ‘em out–they’re fun and they’re free!