Fiction

Some experts argue as to when Winter Camp Fiction began. Some will tell you that the histories for the earlier Winter Camps were at least semi-fictional, while others point to Origins as the first piece of fiction. While both may have had some fictional sections, neither intended to do so.

The first piece of deliberate fiction written for Winter Camp for purely literary reasons was Channel 120. Since then, there have been a number of short stories, but no other works of such length (Steve Donohue's oft-promised novella Paradox Metaphor notwithstanding).

Lived a Sin or Won?
Written by: Jeff Rand
Death of a Technician
Written by: Jeff Rand
The Last Winter Camp
Written by: Jeff Rand
Training Camp
Written by: Steve Donohue
Randland (Chapter 2 of Channel 120)
Written by: Mark Bollman-->
That's Mysterious (Chapter 23 of Channel 120)
Written by: Mark Bollman-->
Under Cover of Night (Chapter 38 of Channel 120)
Written by: Mark Bollman-->
The Omega Project
Written by: Jeff Rand
Paradox Metaphor (Completed)
Written by: Steve Donohue
Another Ten Seconds (Completed)
Written by: Jeff Rand
After the Apocalypse (In slow progress)
Written by: Mark Bollman--> and Steve Donohue
Zero Node
Written by: Jeff Rand

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