If you've read the Editors'
Note, you'll know by now that the next issue of apocrypha won't
be out until mid-2003, at the earliest. Therefore, although we'd called
for nominations, we're skipping the next step in the process and choosing
winners from amongst the stories voted on. Congrats to our winners!
|Your task is
Author a book
sans "e". An author did it in a book, now you must in a short story. Topic
is up to you. Don't balk! Try it.
Tips: Avoid past,
stay in today (to avoid "-ed"). Try cut-off or colloquial words: "Guvn'r,"
not "Governor" ; "Oh, h--" vs. "Oh, hell!"
For a link or
two to aid you, try:
instructions at top contain no "e" (ignoring what's in " " marks, naturally).
Go to it!
words or fewer
Jackie, Linda, Stephen
and Christine all located our hidden "Easter egg" contest in the last issue
and identified the author of the quote: "There is a boundary to men's passions
when they act from feelings; but none when they are under the influence
of imagination" as Edmund Burke. For that, they have earned not only our
love and affection -- but also a copy of the "Under The Influence" script.