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FORKNI-L Digest - 23 Feb 2003 to 24 Feb 2003 (#2003-53)

Mon, 24 Feb 2003

There are 14 messages totalling 492 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. tracking down writers...
  2. April 2003 SciFi mag (4)
  3. Series and Stories, Sigh (2)
  4. YNYBRTMFK
  5. YNYBWTMFK (2)
  6. Poss FK alum?
  7. more info re FK coming to DVD - confirmed by 2nd source there.
  8. McLisa goofed was : Re: Poss FK alum?
  9. FK moment

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 18:31:59 -0500
From:    Emily Lacey <laceye@a.......>
Subject: tracking down writers...

I need some help...

I'm re-organizing my hard disk in the hopes that I will acquire a CD
writer--or at least get access to one--so I can archive the several
hundred mgs of FK Fanfic. I have stories that either don't have the
writers name, or I neglected to record it when I downloaded it.

I present to you the title and first line (and an address if there
was one) of these stories and beg you to look it over and let me know
if you recognize a story and can tell me who wrote it. I really feel
strongly that anyone who posts their stories should have the credit.
I am not brave enough to post the silliness that came to me a while
back.

Always True to You in My Fashion
Evlltlvxn@a.......
She awoke in a room lit only by a single candle.

The Auction
LaCroix sat at his bar watching as the customers mingled and danced.

Bad Girl
Signed by <SG>
Lisa Marie sat at her desk. She wore a sensible suit,

Brotherly Love
(by Death at nic@ a.......)
The call came over the radio, 81Kilo, disturbance

Don't You Know?
I saw "Gone with the Wind" last night. I used to think Scarlett was so

Every New Beginning Comes From Some Other Beginning's End
"Damn you Nicholas," Lacroix hissed, raising the staff to drive it
into his son's waiting back.

Fish Factor?
"Oh, no!" The cry of dismay echoed through the apartment. Two heads

In Memoriam
A lone figure stood vigil by silent ruins that echoed of memory past.

It's Always Raining in My Head
Tracy watched her partner walk into the precinct. The general consensus

Knightdreams
Natalie fumbled with her door. It wasn't easy juggling cartons of
Chinese food and newly dry cleaned clothes without spilling one or
both.

La Nuit dalla St-Valentin
Janette was sitting in her office, waiting for Nick to show up for
their traditional Valentine's celebration.

The Last of Gilmore's Albums     (Canadian)
LaCroix felt the sunset as he stepped out of the shower and walked
into his dressing room.

From: IBclare@a.......
Subject:        Re: LC & xmas
"and, my children, consider this: if you are without caution, you may
become but another's bittersweet memory, nothing more.

"Melting Snow"
"Have you seen him?"
"Non...not since the night before last."

Miles to Go    (MST)
Lacroix leaned back from the mike. He let the silence fill the air,
echoing like the snowflakes.

Untitled Nat and Nick scene
"Well, that was nice," Natalie told Nick.
"What do you mean nice? I thought it was great!"

Untitled-Nick's Earring
"Hi Nat!" Nick said as he came in the morgue.
Nat keep writing on her reports and mumbled a greeting.

Never To Return
"Allow me to treat you to some blood."
Nick answered with a gesture of tired exasperation. "Lacroix..."

Perfect Timing
LaCroix listened as the motor of the elevator kicked in, Nicholas

Same story (named "Revenge") credited to: Elisabeth Hurst, Jane
Snyder, and Jane Credland

Sound of Whining
Geraint Wyn Davies stood at a bus stop in downtown Santa Barbara late
one night. He looked up the street for any sign of a bus. The
Canadian actor was

Where Angels Fear to Tread
He took one last look around the vast room. Everything that was
staying was covered in drop cloths. Clean, white drop cloths. The
things he was

--
Emily Lacey
laceye@a.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:06:47 EST
From:    J L Kerr <Jlkerr1228@a.......>
Subject: April 2003 SciFi mag

Heads Up!

Just received the April 2003 issue of Sci Fi magazine in the mail yesterday
and it has articles with interviews from both Nigel and Ger.

Pg. 64 "Forever Nigel - Nigel Bennett wields the ultimate power over life and
death in the Sci Fi original movie Do Or Die."

Pg. 67 "Do Believe The Hypercube - Geraint Wyn Davies wants out of a way-out
prison in Sci Fi's world premiere of Cube 2: Hypercube."


~ J L Kerr ~
jlkerr1228@a.......
members.aol.com/jlkerr1228/

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:29:12 -0500
From:    Emily Lacey <laceye@a.......>
Subject: Re: April 2003 SciFi mag

>Pg. 64 "Forever Nigel - Nigel Bennett wields the ultimate power over life and
>death in the Sci Fi original movie Do Or Die."

Does Mr. Bennett just like being a nasty bad guy? I have to admit he
does the part well, but I'd really like to see him as a 'good guy'.
Maybe in a white hat?

>Pg. 67 "Do Believe The Hypercube - Geraint Wyn Davies wants out of a way-out
>prison in Sci Fi's world premiere of Cube 2: Hypercube."

Does it say when? I'd like to watch/tape this.

--
Emily Lacey
laceye@a.......

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:28:41 -0800
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: Re: Series and Stories, Sigh

I really feel for both the readers and the writers of series
stories. But, mostly for the writers. As we all know, it
takes a lot to write a long series. The biggest problem is,
obviously, RL, and its unpredictability. It is common that
when a writer happens to find some free time in her RL, she
dedicates it to a story, the length of witch might be
proportional to the amount of that free time, which in turn,
depends on what is currently happening in her life. For
example, I wrote ďIn the Name of the CodeĒ when I was away
for an internship job in Montreal. It was winter and I was
living in a one-room apartment with basically nothing to do
after work. So I wrote this big story. I can barely find one
tenth of that time now. So my projects are downsized to short
stories.

However, when someone starts a series, it is likely that it
will go on for a while, and while the writerís RL keeps
changing, the nature and context of the story doesnít. The
writer canít customize a series according to her life, write
long portions when she has time and vignettes when she
hasnít. That is why I am always a little reserved about
starting series, even thought there are at least three
different series ideas bouncing in my head right now. Itís
just that I donít know about the future and I donít want to
risk leaving them unfinished. So, conclusively, I say this: I
think people like Lorelei and Kylie are truly brave writers
to embark on such challenging ventures and their work is
admirable at any stage. I do hope that their RLs lend them
more free time so that they continue to dazzle us with their
great works.

My 2 cents.

SuNN7


=====
LaCountess -- Twilight Knightie,IB,DT,UF,Cotk
http://www.lacountess.com/FKnight/

"Vampires are make believe, just like elves and gremlins and eskimos!"
--Homer Simpson

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:39:46 -0800
From:    Sunny LaCountess <countessa2000@y.......>
Subject: YNYBRTMFK

You know you've been reading too much FK when:

You see parts of this new reality show called "Are you Hot"
and are reminded of April Hackett/Susan Fields' story "When
in Rome", where LaCroix was dreaming of buying Nicholas at a
slave auction and the seller kept pointing out his great
features and exquisite qualities. Seriously, that's what I
thought this show was like.

Which makes me ponder even more: They cancel our show and
give us meat market instead.

--SuNN7

=====
LaCountess -- Twilight Knightie,IB,DT,UF,Cotk
http://www.lacountess.com/FKnight/

"Vampires are make believe, just like elves and gremlins and eskimos!"
--Homer Simpson


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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 19:37:02 -0800
From:    Ith <ithildin@o.......>
Subject: Re: Series and Stories, Sigh

At 07:28 PM 02/23/2003 -0800, Sunny LaCountess wrote:
>  As we all know, it
>takes a lot to write a long series. The biggest problem is,
>obviously, RL, and its unpredictability.

Boy, do I hear you! It's been months since I've written a word of fic, and
today I finally wrote a little. I feel so guilty over not posting any
stories, when I know there are loyal readers out there waiting ever so
patiently for the next story in the series! The guilt motivated me today :)

My biggest problem seems to be when I get to near the end. Which is where I
am now. I know how it ends, but it's getting those last bits to the end
that are vexing me! And then, when it's been months between writing, I have
to reread the whole story to remember what I've written!

Bah!

  -=- Denise = ithildin@o....... = http://ondragonswing.com
  -=- Vampires, Floth demons.... Do you know what is
  -=- really, really evil? Tequila. ~ Cordelia ~ 'Angel'
  -=- Bloodties Repository http://ondragonswing.com/tales/bloodties.htm
  -=- Speculatrix http://groups.yahoo.com/group/speculatrix

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 22:57:03 EST
From:    J L Kerr <Jlkerr1228@a.......>
Subject: Re: April 2003 SciFi mag

In a message dated 2/23/03 4:29:56 PM Pacific Standard Time, laceye@a.......
writes:

> >Pg. 67 "Do Believe The Hypercube - Geraint Wyn Davies wants out of a
> way-out
> >prison in Sci Fi's world premiere of Cube 2: Hypercube."
>
> Does it say when? I'd like to watch/tape this.
>


Sorry, the article didn't say when it was going to air. But the SFC website
says the airdate is March 22, 2003 at 9pm and 1am.


~ J L Kerr ~
jlkerr1228@a.......
members.aol.com/jlkerr1228/

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Date:    Sun, 23 Feb 2003 22:00:16 -0600
From:    DPHEIL <dpheil@a.......>
Subject: YNYBWTMFK

You hear the guy on the radio talk about EDDIE VETTER
(the guy from PEARL JAM) & think

 . . . . . Vetter . . . . vetter  . . . Does he have a sister named
Tracey???

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 02:56:03 -0500
From:    Sandra <nitelvr@v.......>
Subject: Re: Poss FK alum?

Did anyone else receive a digest with a message from J L Kerr that
started:
>In a message dated 2/13/03 7
>  FORKNI-L RULES

that proceeded to give the list rules and McLisa's sig instead the
"Poss FK alum?" message was supposed to be there?

Am I missing part of digest #2003-52?

--Sandra, forever Knightie
--nitelvr@v.......
http://www.vaix.net/~captainnemo/sandras/

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 08:05:24 EST
From:    Robin Tidwell <Robinchristine79@a.......>
Subject: Re: YNYBWTMFK

When your two year old hears the intro music and comes running saying one of
three things: "Nick!" or "Vampires!" or "Nunkies!"

Robin

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 05:53:35 -0800
From:    Laurie of the Isles <laudon1228@y.......>
Subject: Re: April 2003 SciFi mag

--- Emily Lacey <laceye@a.......> wrote:

> Does Mr. Bennett just like being a nasty bad guy? I
> have to admit he
> does the part well, but I'd really like to see him
> as a 'good guy'.
> Maybe in a white hat?

He was superb in "Different", opposite Lynn Redgrave,
playing a very sympathetic character.

Laurie of the Isles

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 10:22:34 -0700
From:    Micki <Mickilyn@i.......>
Subject: more info re FK coming to DVD - confirmed by 2nd source there.

 Hi all. Sorry for cross posting again.  Once again I wanted to make sure
everyone got to see this.

Because my previous post re sparked quite a snowballing discussion on some
lists, with others writing and getting different canned replies, I wrote
back & asked for confirmation & clairification.  Below is what I got back,
and from a 2nd person, not who had originally told me.

HUGS!!
  -Micki

> Thank you for your e-mail message.
>
> We do plan add the selection, it will be listed on the web site when it is
added to our repertoire. So, please keep visiting our web site at
>
> http://www.columbiahouse.com
>
> If we may be of further service, please let us know.
>
>
> Sincerely,
> Gary Roberts
> Customer Service
>
>
>
>
> Original Message Follows:
> -------------------------
>
>
> Thank you for you information. I'm wondering if you could clairify, or
> reconfirm what you said for me, because I told some friends who also want F
> K. on DVD, and some of them have written too & gotten different information
> back from other people at the Customer Service dept.
>
> Am I correct in understanding that even though it isn't available at this
> time, it is something that there are indeed plans to release it at some
> future date? I really hope so. So do a whole whack of other I know from
> the online fan community.
>
> Sorry to be a bother, but with the differing replies we're all kind of
> confused now.
>
> One other question if I may -- Is there a website where I can check
> periodically, as I do not get the magazines to be able to watch for this in
> the future.
>
> Thank you much for your assistance, & have a great day.
>
> -Micki (mickilyn@i.......)

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 15:40:34 -0500
From:    Lisa McDavid <mclisa@m.......>
Subject: McLisa goofed was : Re: Poss FK alum?

Nope. McLisa goofed with her cut and paste when retrieving the new rules from
last week's digest. Sorry about that -- I'd just been outside digging out of
about 8 inches of snow, barefoot in plain shoes (I left my boots at the office
Friday), so my brain wasn't really in overdrive.

McLisa

Sandra asks
Did anyone else receive a digest with a message from J L Kerr that started: that
proceeded to give the list rules and McLisa's sig instead <snip> Am I missing
part of digest #2003-52?

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Date:    Mon, 24 Feb 2003 13:03:45 -0800
From:    Viv <viv11374@y.......>
Subject: FK moment

I'm not sure if I've ever mentioned it before, but I go to Queens
College (of the City University of New York), and not only is our
men's basketball team called the Knights, our women's basketball
team is called the Lady Knights and, as I just remembered when I
saw a copy for the for first time in a very long time, our school
newspaper was recently renamed... the Knight News!!

=====
Viv

Don't annoy the crazy person

Life's a witch and then you fly

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