I see from the front cover that the book or story? Can someone shed some light on who contributed what? My impression is that they took pains to present it as a group effort, with no specific attributions.
I do believe that I read somewhere that Mark Teppo was the editor who pulled all the bits together for the final printed form. I read the book as it came out in instalments originally, then I read the five books over this past summer, and the two forms were perceptibly different.
Edit: all of the authors of the first three books did a panel discussion which is on YouTube, and they touched on these questions. Check out around 15 minutes in. Edit 2: Also check around for more on who did what.
Apparently Nicole Galland was involved in writing about the bishops in Rome, and Greg Bear's specialty was the "batshit insane religious vision". A few minutes before this bit, Mark Teppo mentioned that they started with three story lines, two authors on each story line, and himself with "nothing to do" which the others deny, saying he was essential as the guy piecing it together , but then they split one story line into two giving four, and then the authors started moving between story lines from week to week.
Do you happen to have, or know how one could acquire, a copy of the original app?
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