Following Vincent

Review and discuss Christopher Stasheff's new short stories.
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Ortho the Frank
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Following Vincent

Postby Ortho the Frank » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:58 pm

Thumbs-up? Thumbs-down? Questions? Comments? Critiques? Put it here!

This novella is still in the final rewrite process - so if you want to influence the end result, now's your chance!
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Re: Following Vincent

Postby kf6eml » Sun Nov 13, 2011 5:25 pm

Only one proofing note on the latest Vincent story:

Yorick was right, the two bundles of canvases did fit into the handsome cab <-Hansom? Or was it truly handsome?

I like these little (what I call) "nuts and bolts" stories. They are like side dishes to the novels; Not truly necessary to the story, but satisfying as explanations for how things came about in the novels. They fill in a lot of the little details that would make the mainline novels drag if they were included there.
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Re: Following Vincent

Postby Ortho the Frank » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:23 pm

I came across this picture on Facebook. As this story is also about time travel and 19th-century impressionist painters, I figured I'd share it...

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Re: Following Vincent

Postby Steve5555 » Sun Mar 11, 2012 9:57 pm

Hi Chris
It's been a while since I've checked the site so I was delighted to find the new story. I really enjoyed the idea that Vincent's lost canvasses weren't lost! The idea follows neatly on from Prince John's treasure, I guess that we now know that all of those Egyptian tombs werent raided by local tomb robbers, it was of course our heroes and their pesky time travelling foes bagging bits and pieces that will turn up on sale in the future. Just a thought, couldn't the Doc age the canvasses just by sending them back in time to a safe haven back in the 19th century?

How many more ideas for stories do you have tucked away? Are we likely to see more on the site on a regular basis do you think.

Best wishes

Steve

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