Trama Idiota

January 13, 2015

So how often have you seen, or read, this? Your stalwart detective protagonist is on the trail of the bad guys, who are maybe serial killers, or anyway are known to kidnap and torture people.  The bad guys then threaten not the detective, who is of course too stalwart to pay attention to such threats, […]

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Taking the Bullet

January 10, 2015

I got a bunch of free premium channels for a limited time, and I saw “The Lone Ranger” so you’ll never have to. I don’t know why I keep taking these bullets for you people.  It’s not like I’m paid for this, and it’s not like the bullets are real silver. I thought, as I […]

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The Toolbox Cometh

January 9, 2015

Just a reminder that the submission period for Taos Toolbox, the master class for writers of science fiction and fantasy, is well under way.   There have been submissions and acceptances, and we’re looking to increase the number of both! And that, my friends, is where you come in.  If you’re serious about making your mark […]

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Parkour Crazy

January 9, 2015

It’s Damien Walters’ latest show reel.

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Uncle Hugo

January 8, 2015

Hugo Gernsback, the founder of modern science fiction, at his desk. Feel free to make up your own joke. (And what is that thing attached to his telephone?)

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Five Armies, No Waiting

January 6, 2015

For the most part the holidays were spent in attitudes of collapse, but I did manage to drag myself to the theater to view The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies. Those who remember my notes on the previous two films will recall that I feared the third movie would consist only of the Battle of […]

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Part Six, At Last!

January 4, 2015

The grand serialization experiment is over, and Hardwired, Episode Six is now available at Amazon, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords.  The folks at Apple are apparently taking an extended holiday, and Episode Six isn’t yet available on their site despite my waiting more than 24 hours to make this announcement. [UPDATE: HERE'S THE iBOOKS LINK.] […]

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My Private Idaho

January 3, 2015

This morning’s surprise was to look out the window and see 4-5 inches of fresh powder lying on everything.  My neighbor had hooked up a small sled to his ATV and was pulling his little girl around his yard.   (Safety experts would cringe, but I thought it was lovely, and kinda wanted to jump […]

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Dropping the Light Ball

January 2, 2015

It’s New Year’s Day.  I am for the most part recovered from the stomach bug that’s kept me down the last couple days, and which meant that instead of going to any New Year celebrations, I remained at home and watched the Times Square ball drop not on CNN, because CNN cut to commercial just before midnight, […]

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Chickenhawk

December 30, 2014

There’s a massively important article on the American military in the current Atlantic, which is fortunately readable online.  It’s by James Fallows, who has always seemed to be the military analyst who asks the right questions. Here’s your take-away: If I were writing [a history of our times] now, I would call it Chickenhawk Nation, based on […]

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