It’s been a busy month. In addition to my target of finishing the first draft of Blue Mountain, I’ve been getting obsessed with . . . LEGEND OF AWESOMENESS, the Kung-Fu Panda series. Who knew there was a Kung-Fu Panda series? I love Kung Fu Panda as much as I love the first three Pirates of… Read more Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness
I’ll not lie: my appreciation of Alan Moore’s work is recent. Say, circa 2010 – that was the year I moved from a 350 MB-per-month 3G connection to something that could actually let me search for things other than study notes and bitmaps of WWE Divas. That was the year I purchased a DVD drive… Read more Comparing V and the Watchmen movies with Moore’s originals
Ty Frank and the [slightly more reclusive] Daniel Abraham, writing as James SA Corey, seem to have built a media empire out of intelligent space opera.
Joseph Malik, author of Dragon’s Trail, discusses writing, worldbuilding, and how movies and books really have it wrong about battles.
Thoughts on Liu Cixin’s Three Body Problem, a Chinese sci-fi novel structured around a mathematical problem that’s (still) considered unsolvable.