Ken Bebelle and Julia May Vee have created a blending of history, legend, and language that I’m sure will be recognized as a major work. While the story itself is a rousing sword-and-sorcery adventure, I was greatly impressed with the flow of languages. As someone who speaks Spanish as well as English, I know it … More Review: Ebony Gate
I just posted a reading and conversation with Dominic Albanese. It’s time well spent with a marvelous story teller.
An established poet by the name of Dominic Albanese has written a book called “Dear Miss B”. It’s not a giant tome but rather, a series of brilliant glimpses into the turmoil of the 60s. While I love epic novels in fiction, I prefer more concise biographical pieces and this fits the bill. I’ve read … More REVIEW: Dear Miss B
Finally! After many months of hard work by a dedicated team of authors and editors, Unlocked Stories is available in both print and ebook formats. You find a phone on a diner counter, or left on a city bus, or abandoned in a gutter. What would you do? Try to find the owner? Sell it … More Unlocked Stories
My friend Geren W Mortensen Jr posted this on FaceBook and just for the record, I agree. Yes it is long. Read it if you like. This is NOT POSTED FOR DEBATE — it happens to mostly reflect my opinion, and is slightly edited from the original. You do not have to agree with it, … More My Current Opinion
This is the description from the website: https://kitscenarist.ru/en/index.html “KIT Scenarist is a program for creating screenplays which oriented at international standards in the field of film production. The program is a full-featured studio for creating stories from the birth of the idea and before the transfer of the script to production.” Screenwriting has been an … More Review: KIT Scenarist
On Friday, November 2nd, between 5pm and 7pm, I’ll be at Poetic Justice Books and Arts in Port St Lucie. I’m going to be reading excerpts from Multiplarity, my latest science fiction novel and autographing just-off-the-press first editions. If you’re curious about the art and craft of independent publishing, creative writing, or computer graphics, come … More Author Special Event!
I attended another Howl at the Moon open mic this week and shared a couple of tales. The first one was the result of a challenge to write a flash fiction piece with a train station. Here it is: Carli’s Last Gift Carli was gone. Twenty four years old, degree in hand, beautiful, and ready … More Depot Phantom
The following is a few chapters from a fictional account of the start of a lunar colony taken from the middle of my space opera, Multiplarity. The omniphage mentioned below is a drug that can repair any damage to a body including the genetic breakdown from old age. It is a true fountain-of-youth treatment with … More Selenaphiles
Life: The lawn care guy was backing his huge boxcab trailer and ripped up the back quarter panel of my Chevy Cavelier. Fortunately, he notified his insurance company and I’ve filed a claim. Howl at the Moon! Tonight is the monthly Howl at the Moon open mic night. It’s going to be held at a … More Broken Car and Howling at the Moon