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More Tor! More Tor!

Another piece up on Tor.com, about the recently-concluded X-Factor comic book from Marvel, which has consistently been one of my favorite titles (despite its low-selling b-list cult status) for the last 7 years or so. 14 more words


The Multiverse On Stage

Over at Tor.com, I talk about Nick Payne’s Constellations, a play which I unfortunately have not seen, but one that I have read and would absolutely love to see. 53 more words


Where Does Nick Fury Get All Those Wonderful Toys?

I recently read through the original Stan Lee – Jack Kirby (and later, all Jim Steranko all the time) run of Strange Tales: Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD… 119 more words


Tor Dot Com Rejection!

So, several months ago I sent a piece to Tor.com for publication. 

If you haven’t checked it out, you should. It’s an excellent geek-community, with fantastic fiction, and great writing. 301 more words


Superhero Politics

Instead of the usual political opinions, I tried instead to write a piece that explores politics without being overtly political. Although my editors at Tor were initially hesitant of the controversy, they were ultimately pretty pleased with the product! 66 more words


Ghosts! Ghosts! Ghosts!

In case you’ve missed it, a collection of links to the Ghost Week on Tor dot com.

It’s a feast of articles, short stories (some favourites like Lovecraft and M. 9 more words


"The Commonplace Book" by Jacob Clifton

“The Commonplace Book” by Jacob Clifton


Story 274/366

This is a quite wonderful steampunk story that (in the author’s words) substitutes Jane Austen for Jules Verne. 20 more words

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