The Story So Far
- Reminder On Big Savings On Cirsova Back Issues
- A Truly Steller Achievement
- Duel Visions Update: Price Slashes!
- Two Weeks Left and We Still Need $5k More!
- New Wild Stars Promotional Art from Dark Filly
- Pulp On Pulp
- 12 Cirsova Stories on Tangent’s Recommended Reading List!
- Cirsova 2021 Line-up
- Endless Summer, Out in One Week!
More Of The Same
What I Write About
What I Also Write About
- 3-D artwork
- All On The Same Page
- Beta Readers
- Book Of Lost Doors
- Cannibal Hearts.
- Catskinner's Book
- character interview
- disaster relief
- Don't do this
- Donald Westlake
- G. K. Chesterton
- Gingerbread Wolves
- Mark Knopfler
- Matt Archer
- M C Escher
- Mental illness
- pulp revival
- Read Tuesday
- science fiction
- Secret Project F
- short story anthology
- streaming television
- Tom Lichtenberg
- WKRP in Cincinnati
- work in progress
- Worms Of Heaven
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Tag Archives: technology
A couple of years ago I discovered audiobooks. I first started listening to my own books, actually. When I put Catskinner’s Book on ACX to try to find a narrator I was fortunate enough to interest Brandon McKernan. As part … Continue reading
I ramble about Old Buildings, New Wave, Borrowed Concepts, and Blue Movies on the Castalia House blog.
It’s official. Those Solar Freakin’ Roadways that so many people out there spent so much money to support do not work. This isn’t a case of an experiment that failed. This isn’t a case of someone taking a chance on … Continue reading
2016, so far, is shaping up to be an interesting year. By some combination of coincidence, serendipity, and/or an unseen hand, I have four on-line acquaintances who have projects coming together more or less in parallel. While they are four … Continue reading
Two notes: First, this post is going to involve major spoilers for the novel The Shockwave Rider, originally published in 1975 by John Brunner. Second, this post, as everything else I write, is my own opinion. I don’t expect everyone … Continue reading
Recently the university where I work had their annual library book sale, and, as always, I found myself unable to stop from buying a couple. One of them is a paperback copy of John Steakley’s Armor. It’s a classic (originally … Continue reading
The followup to the Sins Of The Past anthology: Sins Of The Future: https://debbiemanberkupfer.wordpress.com/2015/10/09/introducing-sins-of-the-future/
This is still an untried promotional tool, so I can’t say if it is worth the time and effort. I am going to be using them at Archon, a large Midwestern Science Fiction Convention being held on the first weekend … Continue reading
I posted this in the Facebook Group for the Indie Authors Table I’m putting together for Archon this year. I liked it, so I wanted to repost it here and also to expand on it a little bit: I’ve been working … Continue reading