Before Joe started doodling and I started typing up reviews, I had a dream: I was singing softly, quietly, to myself as I worked, yet my voice echoed and was amplified and the gentle tune was heard near and far… Read More ›
“Let me tell you something about the Pacific. Fill your lungs with it just once, and all your responsibilities will dissolve, and you’ll waltz drunken circles with the surf in your arms. Try this on for size: the gift of abandon.”
Snow Over Utopia is a must-read for fans of apocalyptic fiction, dark fantasy, or sci-fi.
I have been a long-time subscriber to Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, from Small Beer Press, and I have even been fortunate enough to appear in these fine pages on a couple occasions. I find the publication intoxicating. I… Read More ›
If you want an action-packed fantasy beach read, this is the one. Told by Sal The Cacophony, (think Guy Pierce in Lockout) a hitwoman with a magic hand cannon of a gun that fires rounds fueled by the ashes of… Read More ›
The town of Shimmer, Maryland, has drawn various African American artists for centuries. Although the artists used different mediums, from quilts to dolls to oil, they all use the same hauntingly unique, shifting color of a marsh bell orchid to… Read More ›
Whether it’s Binary, HTML, Spanish, Cuneiform, or Sanskrit, there’s no denying language is how we store knowledge and no matter what someone says, we have no language to accurately describe the concept of God. Alpha and omega, Allah, Michael and… Read More ›
if you’re new to Stephen King, where do you start? Which of his 50+ novels are worth reading? Joe and I share our favorites.