The editors and some of my fellow authors and I discuss our stories from the Venus anthology. Click here to hear the conversation. Available now: "Enemy Beloved" in Planetary: Venus (Kindle), Planetary: Venus (paperback).
Love is blind, but even blindness can’t defeat Dragomir. Love on the other hand, defeats—or saves—all. “Enemy Beloved” is a prequel to my space samurai saga and will be out on Valentine’s Day as part of the Planetary Anthology:Venus by Superversive Press. It is the first published story in this universe. Yes, it’s a romance, but… Continue reading Just in time for Valentine’s Day
“Love is blind. But what will happen when the blindness ends and the terrible truth is revealed?”
So I read Cedar Sanderson’s lovely piece entitled “To Thine Own Self Be True”, and I found that I agreed with much of what she had to say. I, too, have zero tolerance for those who would sexually abuse others, particularly children. Actions like that are intolerable, and have no place in society, any society.… Continue reading A great essay by Kacey Ezell on writing and success
Need a last minute gift? Kacey Ezell's book, The Minds of Men is not just a great story, but a realistic portrayal of how war changes people, both men and women. Populated with real characters, ordinary people doing extraordinary things, it's a thoroughly enjoyable read. And can be had, here. Buy it now! Evelyn Adamsen… Continue reading Minds of Men (The Psyche of War) (Volume 1)
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.
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 a… Continue reading A Russian immigrant’s musings on utopia
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 the… Continue reading Coming Nov. 8, 2017…Dolus Magnus: The Great Hoax
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.