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My "Even a Non-Corporeal Can Get Lonely" pod cast on Paul Cole's Beam Me Up site

Paul Cole of the Beam Me Up Podcast site podcast my flash fiction story “Even a Non-Corporeal Can Get Lonely” in the latest pod cast (Issue # 419) on his Beam Me Up site. 39 more words

Science Fiction

The Horror of Being Inside, Looking Out - A Review of Authority by Jeff VanderMeer

One knows that a concept or an idea has become firmly established as a trope once it becomes the butt of jokes and satire. This is what’s happened to the concept of the “shadowy government agency”. 1,319 more words


Patreon Exclusive Short Story: Waiting For



Thanks to supportive friends and family, I’ve reached (over) $20/month in patronage on Patreon. Every dollar makes it a little easier to remain a full-time writer — many thanks! 42 more words

Things I've Written

(free) Sci-Fi Novel Serialization: Free Radicals -- Chapter 3

We’re serializing Zeke Teflon’s entire science fiction novel,  Free Radicals: A Novel of Utopia and Dystopia, in daily installments.  We posted Chapter 1 on August 17.   2,621 more words

Science Fiction

Descriptive Science Fiction and Ursula K. Le Guin: An Appreciation

The first time I read The Left Hand of Darkness, I did not get very far.

I didn’t make it past the first thirty pages the second or third times, either. 978 more words


Daily Trivia : Gene Roddenberry

Today is the birthday of the father of Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry who was born in El Paso, Texas, in 1921. He was affectionately referred to as the “Great Bird of the Galaxy,” and he led a life as colourful and exciting as any high-adventure fiction. 581 more words


Transwarp Tuesday! The Hugo Awards 2014 continued...

The best laid plans…

Well, I promised last week that I’d follow up with the winners of the Best Short Story Hugo Awards for this week’s… 398 more words

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