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As squirrels prepare for winter, Jeff Wood returns to disturb your paradigms with “Fingernail Moon.”
Rabe McGeary outwitted half the west coast, but his addiction to money could end him. IF10 presents the conclusion of Martin Zeigler’s “Endsville, Pop. 2.”
A stranger’s last hour in New Orleans captures the organized chaos of jazz in Jay O’Connell’s “Snapshot.”
Thanks to the protective power of public domain, nearly all of Jules Verne’s work can be downloaded for free. And while watching a movie isn’t the same as reading a great book, check out this classic, 1953 version of Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea Isotropic Fiction found on youtube.com
One man’s clumsy mistake creates an android’s finest moment in “The Demeter Gyro Disaster” by Tory Hoke.
“I don’t think every story has been told before. If it has, then we would probably have tuned out long ago and relied on re-runs.”
TibiaME, an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) for mobile devices based on the PC game Tibia, answers the question, “What might an MMORPG have looked like on a Super Nintendo or Sega Genesis?” And that answer is pretty charming, from the adorable little sprites used for the players’ avatars to the upbeat MIDI-like soundtrack in the background. The game is a fun, functional adventure for anyone with some time to kill and a WIFI connection.
Early in a writer’s career, the difference between a good book and a great book depends on the skill of the editor. Later in a successful writer’s career, the difference depends on the writer. During the first stage, the editor has all the power and can act with near impunity. During the later, the writer’s stature and ego can prevent an editor from making vital changes.
Most importantly, Action Teenz #2 was fun. It stands on its own, and readers will look forward to seeing where Action Teenz #3 goes. Hopefully it won’t be as long a wait.
In my writings, I deal with demons, mad scientists, serial killers, otherworldly entities, werewolves, devil worshipers, witches, vampires, Lovecraftian beings, etc. Do these reflect my reality? I’ll never tell.