Cotner's Bot

Cotner s Bot This story is no longer available as a standalone title It can be found in the short story collection Juarez Square and Other Stories Alex was one of the top art dealers in Manhattan until scandal ru

  • Title: Cotner's Bot
  • Author: D.L. Young
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 463
  • Format: ebook
  • This story is no longer available as a standalone title It can be found in the short story collection Juarez Square and Other Stories Alex was one of the top art dealers in Manhattan, until scandal ruined his reputation and wrecked his career Now he scrapes out a meager living, peddling mediocre paintings to tourists at a third rate gallery But an unexpected discover This story is no longer available as a standalone title It can be found in the short story collection Juarez Square and Other Stories Alex was one of the top art dealers in Manhattan, until scandal ruined his reputation and wrecked his career Now he scrapes out a meager living, peddling mediocre paintings to tourists at a third rate gallery But an unexpected discovery a robot painter that creates astonishing works of art could change everything, reviving Alex s dead career and launching him back into the big time.

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    About “D.L. Young

    • D.L. Young

      D.L Young is a Pushcart Prize nominee and winner of the 2017 Independent Press Award His stories have appeared in many publications and anthologies.His Dark Republic novels are futuristic thrillers set in a failed Texas secession, where rival factions wage battles over territory and precious resources, killer drones fly overhead in search of prey, and everyday life is a desperate scramble for survival.For freebies, exclusive previews, and subscriber only discounts, visit dlyoungfiction news



    167 thoughts on “Cotner's Bot

    • For a short story, the author manages to come up with a fresh approach to what it means for something to be robotic. The author shows great promise - if I had to compare the writing style to anyone, I'd probably say Isaac Asimov. The writing is crisp and clean and the main protagonist is quite enjoyable.


    • This was an unique take on the future of robotics. Alex is a manager of a third-rate art gallery. He can't get hired anywhere else because, although he was innocent, his name was attached to the biggest art fraud in the last quarter of a century. Then he gets a call to check out an unique piece of art.Once he gets there, he is presented with a dilemma. Now the question is what will he do about it?I found this interesting, but not necessarily riveting. Which is why it only has a 3. Also, I prefer [...]


    • This short story is a good, quick read. Mixes technology and art. Kinda makes you wonder what you'd do in the end if you where in his position. Take the risk?





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