Busy week, readers. I'll be back soon, I hope. Until then, enjoy Mr. Wright's post! Science Fantasy We all know the difference between fantasy and science fiction. Fantasy has witches and wizards with magic powers, whereas in science fiction the exact same character doing the exact same thing is called a psychic or psionicist. Fairy … Continue reading A Word from John C. Wright
Take a look at this excellent piece by Mr. John C. Wright, readers! Swan Princess versus Jasmine Political Correctness is factual incorrectness, or, in other words, falseness. Falseness is fatal to fiction. Even though fiction is fictional, in order to be dramatic, it must capture the real drama of the real human condition, including the … Continue reading Reposted: Swan Princess versus Jasmine
Check out this fantastic article by John C. Wright, readers! Tying the Knot Written for a nonfiction anthology on Wonder Woman in the popular culture which since fell through, this column debuts here to my readers as a courtesy. Why She Will Never Wed Steve Trevor 1. MRS. STEVE TREVOR Diana Trevor. Somehow, that name … Continue reading A Word on Wonder Woman
The last time this author listened to an audiobook, it was on CD. While quite interesting, it required more attention than reading a novel. This means she had to be engaged in some kind of mindless activity that allowed her to focus on what is being read aloud rather than on what is before her … Continue reading Review – The Last Straw: A Critical Autopsy of a Galaxy Far, Far Away by John C. Wright
Well! That was quite the ride, readers. I received this book as a free eARC in order to review it, and it was enormous fun. It felt like going to see a film you think you will recognize, only to find that there is a new movie on and you like it! From the blurb: … Continue reading Review – Galen’s Way: A Starquest Novel of the 4th Age by Richard Paolinelli
Check out this great piece by John C. Wright, readers: Fictions and Faith: Catholic Sci-Fi Writer John C. Wright Discusses His Craft Convert-writer feels no need to hide his faith from his readers. BOOKS | JUL. 11, 2020 K.V. Turley “No science fiction writer is imaginative enough to have pictured this combination of hysteria, incompetence, malice … Continue reading Words from a Master
….But that does not make it irrelevant by any stretch of the imagination. Click the link to read more of this fascinating piece from Sci-Fi/Fantasy Grandmaster John C. Wright, readers! Faith and Works in a Science Fictional Universe John C. Wright August 1, 2016 Few men have ever hated Christ as much as I have, … Continue reading It’s an Older Article….
Planetary Anthology: Luna* joins its big brother, Planetary Anthology: Pluto*, in Audiobook format! You can pick it up here*, readers, and start listening today. These Amazon Affiliate links will take you straight to the items listed for easier purchasing access. Amazon will pay this author a small fee at no extra cost to you. While … Continue reading Bulletin: Planetary Anthology Luna Is an Audiobook!
Click the link to read the entire piece: It is said that heaven created Man and blessed him with the gift of speech; which hell out of envy corrupted with the power of telling falsehoods; but that heaven, which forever makes good out of evil, inspired man with gift of poetry, so that we can … Continue reading A Word from John C. Wright
John C. Wright, author of Somewither, Iron Chamber of Memory, and other stories stated that Memory was inspired by a dream he had and felt compelled to write down. There is an author who once told me that my dreams would be the inspiration for my stories and, while I have had several dreams during … Continue reading Dreams