Thanks, Congrats + Suggestion re the Tale
by Robert Gibson
For some time I've had the intention to thank your Site for its generous coverage of my "New OSS" tales "Valeddom" and "Uranian Gleams", and my "Earth-emanation" Kroth trilogy - while at the same time not wishing to seem self-promoting under the guise of gratitude.
Now I can legitimately obtrude, as it were, to congratulate you on the collaborative Zendexor-Dylan tale, which is a pleasure to watch as it grows, while also of technical interest (with regard to writing as a craft) as you make use of the creative tension between two different contributors.
May I suggest a title for the tale? You could do well, I think, to give it a somewhat basic, alliterative title like for instance Hamilton's "Monsters of Mars" or Patrick Moore's "Mission to Mars". You could call it, simply, "Peril on Pallas". I bet that's the sort of title it would have had if it had surfaced in "Amazing Stories" round about 1935. Not too corny, really, if you bear OSS tradition in mind. What do you think, Dylan and Zendexor?