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James R. Norton and Rohit Gupta go back a long, virtual way. He'd been working for Al Franken's radio stuph through the presidential election in the US, and now he writes:

"After an 8-month drought, I've managed to write a
couple new short stories. Merely surviving the
election seemed to do the trick."

If you guys have never read Jim Norton's crisp, deli-fresh, mindfucks served like a helical twist of words, check out these shorts -

A New Line Of Work


The Sea Change
cool stories. checked out Flak, too.
Is this the James of Rohit, James and Emmet?

Great stories...
Yes, it is! And more news of Emmet soon!
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