On the Hunt for Love

Check out this great piece from The Way of Beauty, readers: The Poet And The Hound Of Heaven Francis Thompson was a poet, a mystic, and a devout Catholic. At one point early in his life he began studies to enter the priesthood, but he soon abandoned that effort. At the urging of his father, … Continue reading On the Hunt for Love

Chugga-Chugga, Choo-Choo!

Yeah, I’m tired. That is the best title my brain could come up with for this post. If you are a train and camera enthusiast or know someone who is, then this article from The Vintage News should be right up your alley! Enjoy, readers! ‘The Flying Train’ Now Colorised, 1902 Film Captures Futuristic Ride … Continue reading Chugga-Chugga, Choo-Choo!

A Unique Conceit (or Three) from Western Television

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

Bulletin: “Where Now Are the Dunedain, Elessar, Elessar?”

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?”

Reposted: 5 Types of Editing for Authors

Check out this great article from Belinda Pollard, readers: 5 Types of Editing for Authors I often get asked about the different forms of editing, so here’s a summary. First, let’s dispel a myth… Editing is not spellchecking. Some phases of editing might include a spellcheck, but professional editing is much bigger than that — a whole … Continue reading Reposted: 5 Types of Editing for Authors

Review – Mecha: A Cannon Anthology, Edited by J.F. Holmes

Here we have another review, readers! Today’s book is an anthology put together by Mr. J.F. Holmes* for Cannon Publishing. It focuses on mecha, the titanic battle machines (usually with humanoid or animal forms) that serve as tanks in speculative fiction. From the blurb on the back: Feedback from the slight pressure of a hand … Continue reading Review – Mecha: A Cannon Anthology, Edited by J.F. Holmes