This little bird looks less like he flew over the rainbow and more as if he went right through it. Click the link to learn more, readers! The Rainbow Colors Of This Bird Are So Mesmerizing People Thought It Wasn’t Real By GoAnimals Apr 5, 2020 Every once in a while, we come across pictures of … Continue reading A Colorful Songbird
Well, Anthony Marchetta ought to be quite proud of himself. He has converted this author into an ardent My Hero Academia* fan, something this and other posts prove. The anime wrapped up its fourth season this spring and the manga is still ongoing. In fact, one might say it is just getting started, in a … Continue reading Hero, Too
Dragon Soul Press’ latest anthology, Organic Ink, Vol. 2 is now available for purchase, readers! You can buy either the ebook or a paperback copy at these Amazon Affiliate links today. If you use these links to acquire either variation, this author will receive a small fee from Amazon for directing you to these items … Continue reading Bulletin: Organic Ink, Volume 2 Is LIVE!
By now, audiences are at least nominally acquainted with both Marvel Comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The scene above, from Marvel’s The Avengers*, ought to be fairly familiar for that reason. Despite receiving less screen time than his fellow heroes, Hawkeye’s over-the-shoulder shot remains a memorable moment in the franchise. For most, this is … Continue reading Is It Camera Magic, or a Crucial Piece of Characterization?
Cirsova's Summer Special* Once again Americans gather ‘round the table to celebrate Thanksgiving Day. The frenetic hustle and bustle of Christmas preparation, along with the seemingly increasing speed at which we live our lives today, dies down for at least twelve hours during this uniquely American celebration. If only Sundays were this tranquil! Unbound III: … Continue reading A Grateful Author’s Thanksgiving Day Observance
I have three major announcements to make today, readers. First, as you may or may not have heard, Superversive Press was compiling a series of anthologies centered on the nine planets of the Solar System (plus the sun and the moon). Unfortunately, Superversive had to cancel the series after releasing only five installments in the … Continue reading Bulletin: The Planetary Anthology Series Returns!
It has been some time since this author posted a link to an article about archery. Today’s piece cites the evidence demonstrating how archery helped man build, destroy, and then reconstruct civilization time after time. Even though it is outclassed by the modern firearm, the bow still enjoys intense use by modern recreational shooters and … Continue reading Archery’s Ancient History