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The Unexcluded

Today I went to the St. Charles ComicCon. St. Charles is part of the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area, a fairly affluent city probably best known as the home of Francis Dolarhyde from Thomas Harris’ Red Dragon. The event was held … Continue reading

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Once I Rose Above The Noise And Confusion

I’ve got a lot going on in my life right now. At the moment I’m working on a short story for an anthology called Sins Of The Future, which is a followup to a collection that I was in last … Continue reading

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Odds and Sods

Well, Gingerbread Wolves is out there and so far the response has been positive.  People don’t hate the ending as much as I expected them to–at least, no one has threatened to lynch me yet.  It is a grimmer ending … Continue reading

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Nux & Capable: Fury Road

This post is about the film Mad Max: Fury Road, and it will contain spoilers. I will be digging into the text and subtext of the film so, please, if you have not seen it, don’t read this post. I … Continue reading

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Avengers: Age Of Polyandry

My roommate and I saw Avengers: Age Of Ultron yesterday, and we both enjoyed it immensely. If I were to write a review of it as a film I would give it high marks and strongly recommend it to just … Continue reading

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Only A River Of Changing Faces Looking For An Ocean

“I couldn’t tell you because your reaction had to be genuine.” One of my least favorite “bits” in fiction–usually espionage or police procedural, but it can crop up anywhere the protagonist is a member of some sort of structured organization. … Continue reading

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Family Badge Of Sapphire And Cracked Emerald

I was watching one of Bryan Singer’s X-Men films and I was thinking of the overarching conceit of the franchise (using “conceit” in the poetic sense of extended analogy, I am not implying that Mr. Singer has an inflated opinion … Continue reading

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