This interview was first published on the Spec-Fiction Hub First up, could you tell us a little bit about yourself and what got you into writing? I’m somebody who’s always been a writer—I was a huge reader when I was a kid, and for as long as I can remember I’ve been writing my own… Continue reading
This interview was first published in 2014 over on the SF Hub First up, let me say a big thank you to you for taking time out of your busy schedule to answer a few questions about the up-coming release of Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets. Thanks, Alexandra! It’s great being here. And you’re… Continue reading
Ursula K. Le Guin, grande dame of science fiction, dies at 88 I am absolutely heartbroken to hear the sad news about Ursula K. le Guin, one of my all-time favourite authors. Hers was one of the first voices I ever read, her work thought provoking on so many levels. Truly she will be missed… Continue reading
I just watched the trailer for ANNIHILATION, the feature adaptation of the first novel in Jeff VanderMeer’s “Southern Reach” trilogy … and like so many ‘alien-style’ movies, it looks great, and has amazing CGI but, and here’s the kicker, it’s just feels like the original ALIEN movie repackaged. Anyone else?
Season 5 premieres tomorrow, and not only is the team of Coulson, Yo-Yo, Mack, Simmons and an injured May dealing with life in space, the Kree, and another Kree Monolith. They look to be battling the very alien-eque Vrellnexians—a hive species ruled by a Queen—aboard a space station. As for the creepy alien in a… Continue reading
CRISIS ON EARTH-X, or, 2 weddings and a funeral! The four-way cross-over CRISIS ON EARTH-X, featuring Supergirl, the Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, was an outstanding two-night romp through the DC comic-verse. A four-part storyline in which we saw our beloved heroes pitted against a surprising foe: Nazis from Earth X…. Continue reading
JUPITER PATROL SECTOR 4 UPSF DREADNOUGHT, RESOURCE THE BRIDGE With the preparations well underway for the Operational lock-down, the rangy frame of Marine Commander Major Andrew Martin now occupies the third of the Command chairs on the Bridge shelf. Next to him, with arms resting lightly on her own console, the Captain’s face is impassive… Continue reading
JUPITER PATROL SECTOR 4 UPSF DREADNOUGHT, RESOURCE CHARLIE UNIT Five rings down and three sections over from the Bridge, situated next to Marine Ops and adjacent the Flight hanger, Charlie—of the four-section Marine Prep-area—is a buzz with coordinated activity. The Unit, headed up by the mountainous shape of Marine Sergeant Ishmael Washington, is suiting up… Continue reading