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Tag Archives: Fantasy
I saw the new Star Wars flick Friday morning. I considered blogging about it later that day, but then figured there were already a zillion reviews on the web and adding one more wouldn’t be particularly useful. But some of my … Continue reading
A while back, I did a post noting the podcast Writing Excuses, an awesome resource for aspiring science fiction or fantasy writers. This weekend, I discovered another podcast that I had inexplicably missed until now. The Odyssey Podcasts are excerpts … Continue reading
I’ve been reading a lot of science fiction short stories lately. As an aspiring author, one of the things I’ve been trying to pay attention to are what the properties are of the stories I end up enjoying. And, just as … Continue reading
Read any book on writing, or take a creative writing course, and there are certain pieces of advice that you are almost certain to encounter. In many cases, the advice is good, but some have a tendency to take these tools … Continue reading
Charlie Stross has an interesting post up on the distinction between science fiction and fantasy. He looks at a question I haven’t thought about in a while: Not too long ago, someone in the twittersphere asked, “Whatever happened to psi? … Continue reading
Quentin Cooper, looking over a top 100 sci-fi movie list which has many questionable entries, ponders this question: BBC – Future – Why is science fiction so hard to define?. Time Out, the weekly listings magazine, recently ranked the 100 best … Continue reading
Probably only amusing if you know something about both philosophy and D&D. Click though for the full version. via Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophers – Existential Comics.