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"Jodi Anne Moran is my younger sister, born March 9, 1964. (Trent's birthday...) She is the author of one novel that is currently looking for a home: Devlin's Razor. DR concerns the adventures of the Prophet Harry, who is frequently referred to in my novels -- I like to think of her novels as belonging to the Continuing Time, but this is purely my own conceit. If this conceit ever interfered with Jodi's storytelling, she would ruthlessly ignore it ...
She is a better natural writer than I am. I plot better than she does, but that's a result of years of study; I am certainly a better editor. But she has a gift for observation, for language, that supercedes mine.
I love Jodi's writing."
Terminal Freedom, a limited-edition book by Daniel Keys Moran and his sister Jodi. Terminal Freedom is set (roughly) on that portion of the Great Wheel marked by the "Sunset Strip", on the map at the back of The Last Dancer. (Indeed, the main characters of Terminal Freedom, Bogie Freedom and Terminal Sue, are "guest stars" in "Sunset Strip".) DKM has been trying to self-publish this for a while, and it is finally out! Here's the ordering info.
"Correspondence" is a short story collaboration by DKM and JM written in the late 1980's. DKM says: "It's one of the rare short stories I've ever written; and, looking at it all these years later, it's practically incoherent. I still enjoy it, though. It takes place on the "Sunset Strip" timeline shown at the back of The Last Dancer. There's also a comic strip set in this universe that my sister and I hope to get back to some day. "
"Another One Bites the Dust", a collaboration by JM and DKM. DKM writes: "It was a spec screenplay for what was at that time our favorite television show, HBO's 'DREAM ON'. We never even got past first base with this one -- despite having a high-power Hollywood agent submit it, we never heard back. We took it as a 'no'. "