I was thinking about canon and continuity…
The longer this shit goes on… So I’ve officially been not working for 6 months now. (Day job, anyway.) And I know I’m not the only one starting to look back at the early days of quarantine with … is this nostalgia? Are you kidding me? But I’ve seen tweets that echo this feeling. TheContinue reading “Isolation”
The Last Jedi opened the door to the galaxy’s military-industrial complex. Rise of Skywalker should have dealt with it.
In 2014, Ursula K. Le Guin called on science fiction and fantasy writers to envision alternatives to capitalism. To depict through fiction possible ways future societies might build better worlds, rather than endlessly retreading the same old cyberpunk corporate dystopias. To use works of speculative fiction to propose a way forward. In 2004’s The Libertine,Continue reading “Future Police”
Something’s been bugging me for a while. It’s about fictional languages and how I fucked up handling one of them.
My grandfather turned 90 last month, and I’d like to share an anecdote from the Long, Long Ago. I love this anecdote because it encapsulates a number of my granddad’s characteristics, and because it has a serious atompunk/dieselpunk flavor to it.