Category Archives: short stuff

New Schedule

Source Between writing my own little novellas, keeping up with posting on three blogs (that I’ll admit to), and now working on recording a pair of new books for Castalia House, the cup that holds my free time workload truly doth runneth … Continue reading

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The Shallows: A Female Protagonist Done Right

The Seagull does not talk about movies very often.  For the most part, he only looks at Hollywood through the rearview mirror.  They clearly don’t like me.  They’ve made that fact abundantly clear over the last few years.  They might want … Continue reading

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Down the Dragon Hole

Click to buy After the heavy mythic fare of Thune’s Vision, Make Death Proud to Take Us serves as a light chaser – at least the stories I’ve read from it so far. Down The Dragon Hole, by Morgon Newquist, is … Continue reading

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More Hernstrom: Thune’s Vision

Click to buy There truly is no writer working today who better exemplifies the Pulp Revolution than Schuyler Hernstrom.  I know what you’re thinking, but talking about what we’re reading lately is the point of this exercise, and I’ve been reading Hernstrom, … Continue reading

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Short Fiction: The Challenger’s Garland

The first short story in Schuyler Herntrom’s collection, Thune’s Vision, is The Challenger’s Garland, is the worst thing I’ve ever read by Mr. Hernstrom. If you’ve been following this blog you know that doesn’t tell you much.  His stories included in … Continue reading

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