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Greg_ski7@yahoo.com Posted - 04/04/2008 : 13:28:45
A retelling of Beowulf, giving more credence to its supernatural elements than historians are willing to speculate on, would fit such a story into what genre?
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Greg_ski7@yahoo.com Posted - 04/19/2008 : 08:16:21
Yes, I would be very interested to post a teaser - if our visitors are interested... Again, if they are interested I invite them to let me know directly, either by posting here, or if they want to keep it more direct (and more private) my email: greg_ski7@yahoo.com. So far I see that this particular Horror thread has had 70 visits so I invite such visitors to let me know their preference before I clog up this board with more ethernet electrons.
specfiction Posted - 04/16/2008 : 08:54:39

How about a teaser to get them started? (If you do, start a new thread in Discussions).

Greg_ski7@yahoo.com Posted - 04/16/2008 : 06:29:19
Posting the story as a serial is interesting but it is a three part epic the first part of which is composed of some 60,000 + words.I don't know how feasible it would be to post pieces of it in a forum enviroment
specfiction Posted - 04/15/2008 : 10:16:29

If you want to serialize a story on this board I invite you to do so. There are a fair number of people who drop by although many don't post.

Greg_ski7@yahoo.com Posted - 04/14/2008 : 20:07:17
Would there be any forum visitors to this thread interested in a three part horror epic wherein an unwitting, innocent, and isolated community is being pursued at night by a supernatural menace, and wherein the two outlander protagonists (outlander's in the style of Beowulf) must battle not only the creatures but the denial and paralizing fear of the people . . . ?
specfiction Posted - 04/07/2008 : 08:09:22
Beowulf is considered a classic. Depending on how the story was retold it should fit anything from mythology to pulp horror.


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