So why did I write a story for The Book of Kings?
Because I'd had the idea for the story, based on the proverb "Old age and treachery beats youth and skill every time," kicking around my desk for ages. It wasn't necessarily going to be about a king, but making him one fit perfectly, so I went with it.
I wrote it and Richard Gilliam bought it and the check didn't bounce, so I'm happy.
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