An article about one of the great and visionary sci-fi authors of the last century. And the coming robotic revolution.
Philip K. Dick
Lovely sketch of Jessira seeing Ashoka for the first time. On reddit fantasy (r/fantasy) the artist made a general offer to draw concepts from any author’s book, and I love how this looks. Thank you Delivery_of_Rule_34!
No new episodes until January 2016! Nooooo! At least my favorite characters, Mr. Carson and Mrs. Hughes, found some happiness.
And with all that money, the guy doesn’t realize there are colors other than beige?
VIP Boeing for a guy with a lot of cash but little taste
Setting up a Contact Form so people can email me turned out to be a HUGE pain in the backside. Hours wasted, and the worst was that all it took was one call to my webhost, literally 2 seconds on the part of Evan the awesome tech, and it was done.
At least I hope it’s done.
I’ve had my website up for a year now, and it only now dawned on me that there’s no easy way for anyone to email me. ‘Oops!’ I’ll be working on that.
One of my short stories, The Prank, which was included in Stories from Arisa, is now in a free anthology titled Through the Suffering of Others. It’s a strong collection put together by J.R. Karlsson and features stories written by some great indie authors, including bestsellers like Lindsay Buroker and Tony Healey. The best part is that it’s free. Right now, it’s simply a downloadable Epub and MOBI file , but hopefully Amazon et al will soon stock it and let J.R. put it out for free.
Here’s the link which also has a description of the included stories.
Through the Suffering of Others
Andrew Leon Hudson was kind enough to interview me over at his site, The Cartesian Theatre. He took a pretty good axe to my answers, but I think they turned out better because of it. They’re certainly funnier and more entertaining.