I’m speaking on Saturday at the Breathe Writer’s Conference and to celebrate, I’m giving away some copies of Myths of the Norsemen by Roger Lancelyn Green. If you’d like a […]
Before there is something, there isn’t quite nothing, because there is always the possibility of something. This is the blank page, empty but waiting to be filled. In Norse mythology, […]
What are you willing to give up for your writing? In Norse mythology, there’s this story about Tyr, the god of war. The story actually starts with Loki, a recognizable […]
Have you ever refused the altar call at church camp? I did. Read all about it over here.
We live in the future. Don’t hassle me here. Yesteryear’s dreams of science fiction are today’s realities, including self-driving cars. But as technology vaults ahead, our ethics are struggling to keep […]
A few weeks ago, I posted on the importance of the question “What if?” to Science Fiction, but really, that’s a question that pertains to all of Slipstream Fiction. What […]
I haven’t seen Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. I have no idea when I’m going to see it. I may not even see it in the theater. Oh, […]