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Posted: February 24th, 2009, 1:17am Report to Moderator
Been around a while

Some things are better left to the imagination!

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I got a sample sent in too.   Good luck to everyone and great job by all the SS people...sounds like Duane was happy with our efforts!  

We have an excellent crew here   


I love words and the fact that when the page is blank...there's nothing there until words are formulated in my brain. Those thoughts...rushing through my viens and out my finger tips, find "life" on the page.  

When people and places come to life...that to me is exciting.

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25. Duane P. Craig

I apologize for the 12-24 hour delay in making the announcement. I moved residence over the weekend, which means no internet at either place save for a few moments when I tried a blanket email to most of you.

(edit) did not mean to post publically.

I will be contacting each of you writers throughout the week with your preset, specific scene topic, plot point and location guidelines. It will be your job to take the already disturbing topic/point of conflict and turn it into a five minute (five page) scene that is unsettling and intense. I know that you all can do this. I wouldn't have chosen you otherwise.

Contact you soon,

Duane P. Craig

I figure that I'm nothing in this industry until any audience decides otherwise.

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If there's one thing I'm good at, it's disturbing/unsettling & intense.

Also Tetris.
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