The #PulpRev stands for a movement amongst a group of talented authors. "The purpose is to return to the glory days of sci-fi/fantasy pulp when writers like Edgar Rice Burroughs cranked out story after story for their readers to enjoy." That sounds good to me. Click on through and read all about it.
I liked Sam Raimi's Spider-Man. I disliked Mark Webb's with Andrew Garfield. I thought it was unnecessary. When news broke that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios reached a licensing agreement and there were plans for another Spider-Man movie with yet another new actor I just sighed and ignored the news. I didn't care. However, it … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming Official Trailer #2
In the spirit of blogging more often I'm sharing a snapshot of my nightstand as it looks now. I'm way behind on my reading. I'm not even going to mention what's waiting for me on my kindle. I allow the books to pile up as a reminder that I have things to read. I love reading … Continue reading On My Nightstand
Doe . is a mystery to me or maybe I didn't try hard enough. I'll link to his Instagram account for those interested in seeing more of his art. All I know is he works as a Senior Concept Artist at Bioware in Toronto, Canada. BioWare is a video game developer located and founded in February … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 111: Doe .
As mentioned in an earlier post, I'm at a crossroads again with my blog. I'm still happy with the exterior but the interior, the posts, I think, have reached a plateau in terms of excitement. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy posting "#Art of Fantasy" and I'm not planning to stop anytime soon. Staying with this … Continue reading Blogging and Writing and Polling
A couple of months ago I mentioned that my three stories in These Broken Worlds received a nomination for a Sir Julius Vogel Award. For those who don't know, The Sir Julius Vogel Awards are held each year at the New Zealand National Science Fiction Convention to celebrate and recognize achievement in New Zealand science fiction, fantasy, horror, and science fiction fandom. Alas, I never … Continue reading Who was Sir Julius Vogel?
A few months ago, I supported a Kickstarter campaign for the first issue of Skelos: The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy. The campaign was a massive success, receiving $19,318 from 499 backers after setting a modest goal of only $2,000. Massive success is indeed accurate, but then, it shouldn't come as a surprise. Skelos … Continue reading Skelos – The Journal of Weird Fiction and Dark Fantasy