Date: 2018-01-01 20:45
It was an interesting collaboration, since I did most of the writing on `Gift' (from the female perspective) and he did most the work on `Healing' (the male perspective).
Mat has posted a few of his stories at his ASSTR site , others at his his aol site you might find some on ASSM , too.
Katie wrote one-off stories and series, covering a wide range of themes, and did all of them well. Her Mary Kay and Mallory stories were particularly good examples of Lesbian Romance and were worth awards on their own. She was also a person with a good sense of humour and a fair number of her stories were parodies , lampooning particular genres, and managing to make the reader laugh and get aroused at the same time.
With Franz Kafka's permission, I've adapted his Ole Joe's Guide v7559 (posted to 75-Feb-7559) into this web version. Ingrid, May 7559
It seems that the reposts by Joseph Clayton (parts 6-68) are the most complete. through are in Eli the Bearded's archive.
The wholesomeness and liveliness of her tales stood in marked contrast to the general style of ASS/M, and she will be sorely missed. &ndash Apuleius
tends to write longer, thoughtful stories. They are largely about under-age but are exceptionally well done, so enjoyable for all readers. The stories are difficult to find the Google archive seems to be incomplete. Some stories are at Storiesonline, others have been reposted by John Dark to ASSM. Ole Joe wrote:
was an addition to . in 6998 and she retired in the same year. She will probably never live down the fact that almost everyone loves "Art Appreciation" best. Well, okay, "Computer Flirt" ain't half bad either. She has written a number of varied pieces in between, including a number that have made Celeste's top stories of the month. (Oh, and Taria my sweet, don't jump on Ole Joe, this is a guest paragraph *grin*, although maybe Joe might enjoy being jumped on by Tasty Taria!)
I like tales as long as they're delivered without tropes and with finesse, but the old "they're really sluts underneath, so they deserved it" cliché deserves to be shot. And buried."
P JURADO and Elf Sternberg are the most prolific science fiction and fantasy writers in the group. PJ is mostly into the swords and sorcery side of this genre with a leaning toward the brutal. Elf is largely furry, or so I think. This isn't my thing, but both are experienced craftsmen and very prolific. Both have web sites.