Originally posted on Texanation:
The news in brief, in case you’re confused… The new anthology released November 8th, is available for sale in e-book and print. Called MAGA 2020 & Beyond, the anthology focuses on a brighter future and pokes some fun at our brothers and sisters from the other side of the aisle. My…
We just wrapped up our author roundtable discussion of MAGA 2020 & Beyond. It’s available for replay here.
We’ve all heard the saying that “When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.” On the historic date of Feb. 25th, 2036, Libby’s life changes when she is thrust on the road to empowerment and self-reliance by a gun-toting “ammosexual” granny.
Originally posted on American Slytherin:
I wanted to tell you a bit about my first story. “Auntie’s Magnificent Bricks” was written specifically for the MAGA 2020 anthology. I took a good look at the call for entries and said to myself, “Sure, I can give that a shot!” Here’s what the call for entries said:…
My friend and co-author, Marina Fontaine blogs about her upcoming story, Exile in the soon to be released MAGA:2020 & Beyond. When I first heard of a pro-Trump anthology intended to show the bright side of Trump’s election, I was curious about the concept, but had no thought of contributing. For one, stories of aContinue reading “A Russian immigrant’s musings on utopia”
There is nothing quite like being able to condense an idea—especially a profound one—into a few memorable words or a single line. Some time ago I started collecting memorable quotes, and from time to time, I use them for inspiration, not just for my writing, but for life. Among my favorites is Robert A. Heinlein’sContinue reading “Coming Nov. 8, 2017…Equality”
The first time I heard the term, GIGO, was in my machine language class—no, we weren’t using abaci or slide rules (we’d given those up the year before). It’s an acronym that stands for “garbage in, garbage out” and it’s meant to convey the simple idea, that no matter how good your algorithm, if theContinue reading “Coming Nov. 8, 2017…Dolus Magnus: The Great Hoax”
I’m very happy to announce that two of my short stories will be included in a new anthology put out by Superversive Press. Coming November 8th, 2017. http://www.superversivesf.com/2017/09/12/cover-reveal-news-maga-2020-beyond/
Check out my first post for the wonderful people at Superversive SF. –Hard Sci-fi Made Me Cry– Tired of the remakes, the reboots, the “let’s see how much more blood we can squeeze out of this turnip” output of today’s Hollywood? I think you’ll find Passengers a refreshing change.
I’ve considered doing movie reviews from time to time, but TBH, Daniella’s is better. “All war movies are criticized, especially these days. But the review of the WWII film Dunkirk in feminist magazine Marie Claire went way beyond criticism. It was a full on feminist rant. ” http://daniellabova.com/blog/dunkirk-feminist-not-love-story/