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Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Executive Producer Robert Palm
By Kitteridge

"I had just seen Julia Roberts and Ben Bratt on the cover of, or in People  magazine while I was in the dentist's office. So I went in to this meeting and said, 'I got it, I got it, Dick: Michael Moriarty comes back and she's his love child!' "
 

Advice from Big Brother: How Law & Order Can Save SVU
By Beth Ina

"Can L&O offer any insight as to how or where SVU might turn to more positively define itself?  Can the much-beloved older brother show help its sickly sibling to survive?"
 

I Was A Law & Order Extra (or)
How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love 12-hour Workdays
By Kitteridge

"I had this odd sensation that I was somehow in the room with McCoy, not Waterston, if that makes any sense, because that was close as anyone could ever expect to get to a fictional character -- being in the place where that character exists...."
 

What, non-fiction challenges?  You bet! This issue we're kicking a b
rand new feature off with two non-fiction challenges.
The subject: 
"Would Mike Logan make a good father? Why or why not?"
Here are three takes.


Father of the Year or Deadbeat Dad?
By Michelle Leslie
Paternal Instincts
By Linda Winfree
Instinct
By Gaelin Wade

Now it's your turn! For next issue, write an essay responding to this question:

My favorite character from Law & Order (or Special Victims Unit
is [you fill in the blank] because....

Answers are due the same time as fiction challenges (November 15, 1999) and can be no longer than 5,000 words (same as fiction). Write us if you have questions!

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