Back when I first conceived The Meditations of Caius Caligulia, I had a list of books I wanted to read … Continue reading Ovid, Virgil, and Lucretius Walk Into a Palace…
Witness the firepower of this fully-armed and operational story node! It’s a long long issue, and it looks fantastic: It’s … Continue reading Unnamed Journal Issue 24!
No, not really. That’s the sort of click-bait stuff that everyone talks about as the Almagamation of Awesome, but no … Continue reading Caligulia Fights Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
I’m somewhat stalled in a Western novella, but making slow progress. I’ve started outlining (!) a fantasy novel, but I … Continue reading Current Writing Progress
Unnamed Journal has been kicking a long for a few years now, and I’m mighty glad of it. As a creative … Continue reading Unnamed Journal News
Actually, Thomas Fitz hates tomatoes, but Caligulia is there for his politcal theory and and we start rounding the bend … Continue reading Caligulia Hates Tomatoes – Unnamed Journal 17
Prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Saddam Hussein had been ruling that country with an iron fist for over … Continue reading Caligulia, Dictatorship, and Monarchy
“The End”, obviously. I finished The Sword last week. I’ve put feelers out for Readers on my Facebook author page. I have … Continue reading The Most Satisfying Words an Author Ever Writes…
I mean, look at this cover. That’s Ankor Wat on fire from beyond space, and that’s not just there to … Continue reading Unnamed Journal 3.3 is Pretty Rad.
Over at Signature Reads, a review of Barry Strauss’ The Death of Caesar. Strauss’ take is that the assassination, whatever the … Continue reading A Defense of Brutus?