: Friends, family, unindicted coconspirators, welcome back to Force Visions, and this week, where we once again return to a very much indicted (and, as we’ll learn, probably convicted in absentia) individual, who shares a love that I think we can all respect. 2,266 more words
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Anderson mixes his thoughts on why collaborations work, or don’t, with anecdotes from the many collaborations he has undertaken, creating a book that shows the reader the potential complexities of partnering with other authors without becoming dry or depressing. 410 more words
: Hello, gentlebeings, and welcome to the first part of our commentary on “Empire Blues: The Devaronian’s Tale,” wherein we get a quality antihero with an obsession, for a change. 2,095 more words
: Welcome back, and now that we’re free of what came before, we’re into something somewhat better–at least, something a bit more interesting. Barbara Hambly’s “Nightlily: The Lovers’ Tale” stars the two dark-skinned aliens we see canoodling in the cantina panning shot, and actually gives us something interesting with them! 2,414 more words
: Hello, gentlebeings, and welcome to the final section of our commentary about “The Bartender’s Tale,” wherein WHYYYYYYYY.
In personal news, in the last two weeks I have finished my … I have to think about this now… eighth arrangement (fourth collaborative arrangement) and third set of lyrics for someone else’s arrangement; concerts coming up the weekend after Hallowe’en and two weeks after that; life is hectic but good. 2,046 more words