Happy 2019. Hope you’re recovered from the holidays and settled into the reins of a new year. On the fiction front, Beneath the Broken Moon is currently under the editor’s knife at Shawn Coyne’s Story Grid. My previous experience with an Editorial Service was, to put it politely, disappointing. (I don’t appreciate being viewed as […]Read More Settling into the reins
Binged ‘Altered Carbon’ this weekend, Netflix’ latest and reportedly most expensive series to date. ($6-7 million per episode? whoa) A 10-part cyberpunk/noir piece based on Richard K. Morgan’s book of the same name, it’s a bloody, sensual, cynical look at the future. Designer clone bodies, digitized consciousness, virtual imprisonment and torture, galaxy-spanning Spec Ops/Secret Police, […]Read More Altered Carbon, Common Humanity
A chapter from Under Strange Stars, the second collection of Clar1ty Wars stories. Illustrations by Tim Teague 1 – DAINTY MONSTERS Jien stabbed at his maki roll. “It’s for your own good, babe.” Seeb frowned for the tenth time that minute. A bad situation was turning several shades shittier and showed no sign of stopping. […]Read More Illustrated Excerpts – “Dainty Monsters”
I don’t know who’s writing the Deus Ex storylines, but I’d love to hang out in Montreal Eidos for a couple days, just to catch whatever nano-virus they’ve got. In my opinion, these folks nail it. For me, Deus Ex is the latest iteration of the cyberpunk genre. No contest. Apparently there’s a bit of controversy […]Read More Deus Ex Mankind Divided
It isn’t the end of the world, but you can see it from here. My otaku is raging. Deus Ex: one of the slickest, coolest FPS/RPG game franchises ever made, and IMO, the latest iteration of cyberpunk. Makes me want to buy a new pair of mirrorshades. Can’t come soon enough.Read More New Deus Ex? Yes, please.
The next installment of The Clar1ty Wars is now available at Amazon for Kindle and other flavors of e reader. UNDER STRANGE STARS picks up where One Bad Apple left off: Seeb in hiding, detectives Lynch and Sarin chasing a trail of bodies that is only growing longer, a series of vicious terrorist attacks suddenly […]Read More Under Strange Stars – out the door.
Important Notice to all Eshu International readers. I have decided to compile the three previously published Shift Tense novellas – Red Flags, Soldier Dreams, and Angels – into a single volume. The serialization strategy did not work as intended and I believe a single novel will serve everyone better in the long run. I apologize […]Read More A shift in Shift Tense