The premise of Keith R. A. DeCandido’s Articles of the Federation is deceptively simple: it covers the first year of Nan Bacco’s presidency of the United Federation of Planets. There are the usual trials and tribulations, there are some old Read More
Sight Unseen shares thematic links with Orion’s Hounds, the third book in the Star Trek: Titan series but the first to truly undertake the ship’s primary mission of exploration. In the latter novel we saw a return of the “Star-jellies“, the race of Read More
Watch this through to the end…
The power of comic books is in the versatility of the format. The cliche stands; comic books have the advantages of prose and visual mediums without the bottleneck of a budget. In the hands of gifted storytellers, comic books can have every bit Read More
Captured this on a recent trip to North Jersey with my new Canon PowerShot SX530HS. Woke up by accident (had a long night previously) before dawn and the idea struck me. Ran out to the hotel balcony and saw the Read More
So, two things: It’s already evening, but whatever. This was a favorite of my dearly departed friend Lisa. Here’s to you, sis.
The latest Iris Wildthyme collection, The Perennial Miss Wildthyme, is now available from Obverse Books. Edited by Dale Smith and featuring a gorgeous cover by Paul Hanley, this volume contains 12 short stories, including my contribution “The Midnight Empire”. Onward!
Over a decade ago, a little MMO called The Matrix Online launched with a tagline, “The Matrix has only begun to give up its secrets.” The implication being that there would be so many things to uncover and enjoy in the game that Read More
Captured on an iPhone 6 Plus.
Flashing back to those grungy, heady 90’s…