Tuesday, July 3, 2012

FAN #130: "There She Is" by Sir Francis Burdett

Up today at the Sobel Wiki, along with an article on Sir Alexander Haven, are three, count 'em, three For All Nails vignettes.  First is #130: "There She Is" by Sir Francis Burdett, reporting on trouble at the Miss Mexico pageant.  Next is my own #133: "The Mancunian Candidate", dealing with the intersection of politics and paranoia in the German Empire.  And finally, we have #137: "Hey Mister, That's Me Up On the Jukebox" by David Mix Barrington, in which we continue the tale of undercover C.B.I. agent Clarissa Forster.

"There She Is" was first posted to the soc.history.what-if newsgroup as "The Miss Mexico Controversy" on 20 September 2002, then re-posted under the current title on 25 September.  (Long story.)  "The Mancunian Candidate" was posted on 30 September 2002, and "Hey Mister, That's Me Up On the Jukebox" on 21 October 2002.

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