An interesting guest blog by G&G contributors Gail Z. Martin and Larry N. Martin on We Geek Girls.
Coincidentally enough, Gail hosted a mini-interview with fellow contributor Jean Marie Ward on her own site, Disquieting Visions, today as well:
AND…later today another mini interview with Jean Marie will go live at My World…In Words and Pages:
Whew! We have been busy!
Greetings Gals and Guys!
Authors Gail Z. Martin and Larry N. Martin have stopped by the blog today to share with us their roll in Gaslight & Grimm
Electric Sheep and Clockwork Goats
By Gail Z. Martin and Larry N. Martin
Couldn’t tell you whether or not androids dream of electric sheep, but we can say, with authority, that clockwork goats are here to stay.
Our story in Gaslight and Grimm, “The Patented Troll”, is a Steampunk riff on the old “Three Billy Goats Gruff” story, with a wind-up twist for good measure.
“Three Billy Goats Gruff “is a very simple story, as fairy tales go—a bridge, a troll, and three wily goats. In the original, the story hinges on the trickery of how the goats get past the troll. In our story, the ‘how’ is less important than the ‘why’—and what’s on the other side of the bridge.
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