Here’s the latest Newsletter in case you missed it or didn’t receive one. Click the image for a larger version. Thanks.Read More ESHU.NET Q1 2012 Newsletter
Part One of One Bad Apple is now up. Your comments are welcome. There’s more coming.Read More The first Drop City stories are up
Bouncing off a friend’s blog post Author Lee Stephen, I wanted to discuss an oft-overlooked facet of Indie writing and motivation: the desire not to be a bum. We can wax eloquent about striving towards your dreams, tear up over the stories that burn in your heart, rant about the noble struggle of authentic artists, […]Read More Indie Writing’s soiled underbelly.
Here’s an essay on constructing credible science fiction universes. This will be making an appearance in the near future on a South African site as well. *** Common Denominators: Thoughts on Fictional Realities Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose – “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” – Jean-Baptiste Alphonse […]Read More Common Denominators: Fictional Realities
Recent blog-worthy thoughts have been run over like a frog on a freeway by the several stories I’m working on, as well as work and ministry commitments. I did just receive this article however, and wanted to pass it on. Nothing like facts to burst the bubble of well-cherished myths. Worth noting, IMO, are the […]Read More May you write in interesting times.
Have two Drop City short stories in the chamber and a third in progress, all slated for the end of the month. In the meantime, my glazier side is doing what it usually does during the Winter quarter, which is take advantage of the slow down and make retail panels. One is pictured above. For […]Read More Alter-ego Activity
For all you interested authors and readers, here are some Drop City specifics: KEPLER 22 Discovered and developed by an international consortium of corporations, the entire Kepler 22B solar system was designated an “Autonomous Trade Zone” at it’s founding in 2156. For the last eighty-five years of Mankind’s inter-stellar Diaspora, it has remained outside the […]Read More Drop City: Zoning and Ordinances