Escape From A House Of Horror L 20 20 L PART 1 !!HOT!!
By 1999, Jennifer Turpin said they had moved to an isolated home in Rio Vista, Texas. As more children were born, Jennifer said neglect from their parents turned into physical abuse, and they would use parts of the Bible to explain their behavior.
Escape from a House of Horror l 20 20 l PART 1
Severely malnourished, beaten, and abused, the 17-year-old had only been outside a handful of times in her entire life when she escaped her parents' house and reported the abuse they were inflicting on her and her 12 siblings.
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Are you certain that the email of this story was credited to Debs Walker? I'm not sure exactly where this came from but it doesn't match the change you want to make. It was decided that if we allow certain webzine publications into the database that there be a more permanent record. And this seemed to be the compromise: doing a screen shot and posting it as part of the bibliographic comments of the record. But it seems the image was never attached to the record. And to be honest, I don't think there was ever a discussion about allowing emailed stories to be considered a publication. This situation was somewhat mitigated when Kindle versions of the monthly issues became available. I would likely push for the email publications of these be removed from the db and replaced by the ebook publications, but that's a Rules & Standards discussion that never took place. Back to the topic: do you have a copy of the email for this story? Mhhutchins 22:48, 6 December 2012 (UTC)
Hi, I've just imported the contents of The Mammoth Bk of Best New SF 13 (Dozois), from the "... Seventeenth Annual Collection" and noticed that the Pohl story is type SERIAL rather than SHORTSTORY. Is this what people expect? (It seems it was originally 2 part serial in Amazing Stories.) ...clarkmci/--j_clark 05:15, 6 November 2008 (UTC)
I just had four edits, all involving works by John W. Campbell, (Jr.), all approved but not getting the result I had hoped for. There must be another step, but the "Variant/merge dance" as it has been so aptly described, still mostly escapes me. I have followed the help pages but always seem to get somewhere else. Case at hand: I have four early ACE editions, none of which have the "Jr." designation. I want to change the author to reflect that, but only for this pub. I'll just use one as an example: SLNDSSPC1966 "Islands in Space". I don't have the other three listed pubs, from different publishers, so don't really want to change the complete title record. There doesn't seem to be a way to accomplish this. Submitted a title/pseudonym variant so now the title record is changed but not the pub record. What step in the dance am I missing? After causing a lot of unnecessary work a while back with some Vonnegut submissions, I want to be clear before doing anything more here. [Vonnegut: this one won't go away, either. After Jr.'s father died, he dropped the "Jr.", which he called "an act of freudian Cannibalism". No publication since then has the "Jr.", including reprints of earlier works that were released with the "Jr.". I have checked this at new bookstores. Only the works up to and including "Breakfast of Champions" should have the "Jr." and then only for printings up until his father's death. Now that's a mess!!.] The Campbell adjustments seem benign by comparison. I await my enlightenment!! Bill, --Bluesman 17:10, 12 January 2009 (UTC)
A search for "Skylark Three (Part 1 of 3)" finds two title records, apparently identical except that one is a variant of the other (#113602 & #193255). (Or am I missing something?) I haven't looked in detail at parts 2 & 3, but I'm guessing that they're in the same situation; a search for "Skylark Three" shows two entries for each, both by a non-doctoral Smith. At a guess, one was originally "Edward E. Smith, Ph.D.", which is what the magazine showed; & then someone changed that to plain "Edward E. Smith" in one record somewhere. (Or am I missing something here?) Is there any way to fix this short of deleting title from pub & adding a new one, making that a variant, breaking the existing variant relationship, & deleting the (newly orphaned) title? Of course, that would only fix up this one pub (or the three pubs if I do all installments), not any other titles which were by Edward E. Smith, Ph.D. before this happened. Am I missing something (he says hopefully)? -- Dave (davecat) 20:48, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
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