Monthly Archives: March 2005

Bad Katherine, No Biscuit.

I got “Corporate Oversight” back almost a week ago and didn’t have a new market lined up, so I’ve been sitting on it. Bad Katherine, no biscuit! Stories should not be allowed to lie around the house with their feet up watching TV and drinking beer and eating up all my food, they should be forced to go out and look for gainful employment. And hopefully get a haircut, too.
This weekend: Find new market for “Corporate Oversight.” Ralan’s is my friend.
Also, that other market definitely lost my story. I’ve resubmitted that one.
People keep saying nice things about “Corporate Oversight” when they reject it. Well, except the guy who said that corporations were far too smart and responsible to ever screw up as badly as they did in my story.

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