Solo bombed. It may not have deserved to (I liked it), but it bombed. The Last Jedi didn’t do nearly as well as The Force Awakens. The narrative has switched from endless-franchise-money-machine to “maybe we have a problem with the fans“. And they do. Whether or not they want to acknowledge it, they do. There are many reasons … More What’s Wrong With Star Wars
This is fascinating and worth the watch.
Making a movie is hard. Making the crappiest B-movie requires thousands of man-hours and and Sisyphean struggle. Making a moderate cheeseball popcorn flick for a major studio, such as Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is a huge undertaking, from which humans rightfully earn a hefty salary. So I accept the “Get Over Yourself, Shut … More Why I’ll Continue to Dislike Mamma Mia
I went on one. I saw mountains and rode with Blackfeet. And I got photographic evidence to answer the eternal question. Bears do, in fact, poop in the woods. More content starting tomorrow.
I mean, look at this cover. That’s Ankor Wat on fire from beyond space, and that’s not just there to look cool; it’s relevant to the content: specifically chapters 8 and 9 of the serial Ulysses and the Fugitive. All manner of espionage, aliens, and Burning Man ensues. We also get Caligulia’s take on his love … More Unnamed Journal 3.3 is Pretty Rad.
Doing a bit of research for a later novel set in a fantasy world of my own devising, I finally got my mitts on a cheap translation of (selections from) the Rig Veda. I do this because my world has a Trimurti of deities in differing similar roles to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. The written-but-unpublished … More When Creation Stories Sync – Veda and Bible
The next issue of Unnamed Journal has been set, and we’re just organizing materials. At present, it’s looking like: Two, possibly three chapters of Ulysses & the Fugitive The third Meditation of Caius Caligula A smuggler tale set in the same universe as Chamber of Pain Something lighthearted involving banjos and zombies. Also, the cover’s … More Incoming Unnamed Journal