A writer finds himself in a place where his story-telling skills are unique, but finds the pressure of performing particularly problematic. Can drawing on the wealth of knowledge he has of the Great Writers help him?
- Allen M. Steele. Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun. (Twelve Tomorrows)
- C.C. Finlay. The Man Who Hanged Three Times. (Fantasy & Science Fiction Jan/Feb 2014)