Duane

Author's details

Name: Duane Couchot-Vore
Date registered: 2012 May
URL: http://www.duanevore.com

Latest posts

  1. A Word on Canonicity — 2017 April
  2. Where is The Humanity Experiment? — 2017 January
  3. Suppose You’re Not You — 2017 January
  4. Children with Adult Minds — 2016 December
  5. Beware of Ik! — 2016 October

Most commented posts

  1. A Tribute to Patricia Wynant “Peewee” Reisfeld — 12 comments
  2. Lisa Calell’s Disconnected: Wow! Good ’til the Last Page — 11 comments
  3. How Nicole Hill’s Legacy Forgotten Made Me Rethink Storytelling — 4 comments
  4. On Harlan Ellison and the Plagiarism of Ideas — 3 comments
  5. Fiona Skye’s The Night of Revelations: The Start of Something New — 3 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 19

A Word on Canonicity

Canonicity may be the most important thing. dictionary.com defines “canon”, as relevant to this post: 3. the body of rules, principles, or standards accepted as axiomatic and universally binding in a field of study or art. The important qualification here is that in any field, in order to be canon, it has to be consistent …

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Jan 24

Where is The Humanity Experiment?

The Humanity Experiment was supposed to be out in 2016, wasn’t it?  And this is 2017 already, isn’t it?  What happened? Well, aside from the usual delays that come about from the vagaries of real life, where there is a lot going on, there is a lot going on in the story.  Heck, we have …

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Jan 23

Suppose You’re Not You

There have been a lot of jokes based upon the old expression, “I’m not myself today”. If your questionable identity should be any more than simply an adage, you would have to ask, then, who you actually are. Likewise, the idea has been the springboard for a lot of stories. Off the top of my …

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Dec 06

Children with Adult Minds

Here in the early part of December, this year’s National Novel Writing Month, affectionately known as NaNoWriMo to participants, is fresh in my mind. I wrote Ik. Ik first saw the light of the real universe as a character in a role-playing game my brother-in-law invented. My first character, the one before her, was a …

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Oct 06

Beware of Ik!

Must be half demon if only half. She’s got a soul darker than the devil himself, and more fire and power, too. Notice how folks are scared to sit too close? … Pretty as an angel and quiet as smoke.  But I can guarantee that you don’t want to find out what’s on the inside. …

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