Back in the 1990s, the hottest show on television was Xena Warrior Princess, one of a slew of syndicated shows that found success in the wake of Star Trek: The Next Generation pioneering first-run syndication as a method of distributing television. It was a huge hit with a massive following, and there were also Xena novels, and eventually even a short-story anthology, to which a bunch of nifty folks contributed — including me! Released in 2001, just as the show was drawing to a close, Martin H. Greenberg assembled The Further Adventures of Xena Warrior Princess.
My own tale was called “Recurring Character,” and it’s a riff on the fact that the same stunt guys were in the fight scenes, kind of. You’ll see.
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