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Category Archives: writing
Insecure writers, by which I mean writers insecure in themselves, not in their writing, have two nice and easy fallback strategies to compensate for a lack of critical thinking skills and an inflated sense of their own intellect. Good thing … Continue reading
Amatopia makes a great case for abandoning social media altogether: Remember: many of these big tech companies are in bed with politicians and act at their behest, or have the cash to influence these politicians to vote for stuff that … Continue reading
In a recent post at Vox Popoli, Vox Day dropped a heckuva a bon motte regarding Mary Sue characters: Authors have a tendency to reveal more about themselves than they realize… That sentence fragment got my noggin joggin’ about the novels that I’ve … Continue reading
In the wake of high-powered Hollywood millionaires realizing that they are as vulnerable to the isolate and swarm tactics they love to use against their political foes as their political foes are, its worth taking a moment to consider your own … Continue reading
As stated previously, I’m a fan of StoryHack Magazine first as a reader and second as a writer and third as a writer who has graced its pages. Sure, one of my stories appeared in Issue 0, and another will … Continue reading
Did you know Arrival earned eight Oscar nominations? It even won an Oscar for best sound editing. It’s nice to see Hollywood take a sci-fi film seriously for once, even if the film they take seriously was one carefully crafted … Continue reading
Late in the most recent episode of Geek Gab, the inestimable host asks (relative) newcomer to the PulpRev a very interesting question: Why Pulp Revolution? Her answer (at 35:00) is very telling: “The enthusiasm.” It was great to hear that … Continue reading
By way of a comment at the Castalia House Blog, an interesting analysis of the shifting sands of The Politics of Star Trek by Tim Sandefeur. Worth noting is how the modern refusal to ground Star Trek in the fertile soil … Continue reading
A literary pal asked for a proofreader for one of his projects, and as a fan of the guy I leapt at the chance. Editing, I have no experience with, but I can find a mis-spelled homophone like a boss. … Continue reading