Gargoyles Retrospective | Disney's Dark Horse https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=hc7yQ4nX_8k Along with others in the Superversive movement, this author tends to highlight various writing techniques which are popularly seen in Japanese anime. Since writers in the Orient frequently make use of practices forgotten here in the West, this is only sensible. If one wishes to learn a craft, … Continue reading A Unique Conceit (or Three) from Western Television
Courtesy of Richard Paolinelli Planetary Anthology: Saturn* has been released, readers! The last book in the Planetary Anthology Series is available in e-book and paperback format. Now you can purchase all eleven books from Tuscany Bay and have the entire collection on your shelf, digital or physical! Apparently, being a busy beaver of a writer … Continue reading Bulletin: “Where Now Are the Dunedain, Elessar, Elessar?”
Along with writers James Pyles and Rebecca Spellman, this author has decided to join Ko-fi, a platform which allows artists to solicit donations. The price set by Ko-fi is $3 – the price of a cup of coffee. If you like my stories and my posts here at A Song of Joy, you can click … Continue reading Bulletin: Buy Me a Coffee?
On February 7th this author joined Ben Wheeler and Anthony Marchetta on the SuperversiveSF Sunday Livestream to talk about the latest chapter of My Hero Academia*. There were some connection issues, so I didn’t technically appear in the stream until the 20:37 mark. For some reason my connection decided to play games and I had … Continue reading Bulletin: On the Radio with SuperversiveSF!
Cirsova Magazine is celebrating their 5th Anniversary with a Kickstarter for their Spring Issue. For the first time ever, there will be illustrations to accompany the stories in this and following editions of the magazine. Some are available for preview at the Cirsova website here, while others are offered for viewing at the kickstarter page here. This … Continue reading Bulletin: New Cirsova Kickstarter and More!
Click the link to learn more, readers! And remember: when selecting friends, choose well and wisely. Good friends are worth more than their weight in gold. Friendship: 4 Things 'The Fellowship of the Ring' Can Teach Us We need fellowships for our own “quests,” too. Saturday, March 3, 2018 James Walpole In The Fellowship of the Ring, the … Continue reading A Word to the Wise on Fellowship
Well, almost complete. Tuscany Bay Books’ landmark anthology series, which they acquired from Superversive Press, has nearly wrapped up production. Planetary Anthology: Neptune*, the tenth book in the series, released this past December. There is now only one volume left to be published – Planetary Anthology: Saturn! (It is available for pre-order as an e-book … Continue reading Bulletin: “The Circle Is Now Complete!”
Need an idea for your latest space opera, hard sci-fi novel, or science fiction short story? Or are you just curious? Whatever the case, the article linked below should be interesting reading: Scientists find promising 'superhabitable' planets that may be 'better' than Earth The search for paradisiacal exoplanets is on. Amanda Kooser Oct. 5, 2020 … Continue reading Super Planets!
A poor joke, readers. But writers like their wordplay even when it is obvious. Besides, the archaeological find discussed in this article deserved a memorable introduction: Ancient Roman Mosaic Is Discovered in Pristine Condition Under a Vineyard in Italy By Jessica Stewart on May 28, 2020 Thanks to Italy's rich history, if you dig a little bit … Continue reading Floored by Discovery….
Cirsova Magazine released their roster for next year’s issues, readers. Yours truly made the cut during this past submission call, and she will once again have a story available for your reading pleasure in Cirsova’s 2021 Summer Issue! If you click this link here, you will find the story’s title and place in the particular … Continue reading Bulletin: Coming Next Summer!