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Ms. Bird did podfic two of my stories! Blue and Pickle. I asked her: you had to pick my very first piece of fiction ever? But I think it's kind of wonderful, actually. This way people can see the progress (if any) I've made in my career. :)

Both podfic are linked here on the Starsky and Hutch Archive.

Date: 2009-05-12 05:28 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I can't say I've listened to the podfic yet, but as for the writing itself, I adore both of those stories. Blue for its speed and complexity--I like that you showed their occasional failure to communicate--and Pickle because it's just really hilarious in both its tone and accuracy. I mean, I love your writing in general (you were one of the first great authors I discovered when I got into S&H, and I was so disappointed to learn you weren't really writing about them anymore), and maybe I'm just easy (I don't think so...), but I think both of these stories are well-written. So I guess you could take from that what you will. :-)

Date: 2009-05-13 06:11 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
hey mashfan:

Don't get me wrong, I like my stories. I wrote 'em for me, after all. :) But I can't help wincing at certain stylistic things (like 'OK' instead of 'okay') and POV breaks (from back before I understood what POV is.)

I'm so glad you like my writing, and am grateful you took the time to tell me. I'm planning on posting another zine story soon; if you don't buy zines, maybe it's one you haven't read yet. It's called Paint It Gray.

Date: 2009-05-13 08:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
I actually do buy zines, but--coming to S&H fandom so late--there's no way I can buy all the ones I'd like, dating back to...well, the '70s, I guess! I will say that I don't THINK I've read Paint It Gray, but I can't say for sure: I'm really bad with titles. Either way, I'm looking forward to it: much as I love zines, netfic is always accessible, and since I love rereading your stories, the more I can find online, the better. :-)
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