Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Game that is Pro-Woman without being Anti-Man

A lot has been made of female representation in video games as of late. There’s a series of videos intended to shame video game developers for transgressing against feminism. There’s a pronounced movement away from sexualized character design, especially among … Continue reading

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Update on the Pulps, and a Call for Beta Readers

As you all know, I have been writing a novel. Writing it has been both an enjoyable and frustrating experience, but one I have grown and learned from. However, I also said that I had something in mind regarding the … Continue reading

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Binaural Beats — Do They Work, or Are They Woo?

I regularly read Mike Cernovich’s website Danger and Play — it’s a useful site that shows people how to handle the ups and downs of modern life without sinking into a pit of despair. His Gorilla Mindset book has a … Continue reading

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Tarnsman of Gor (review)

Tarnsman of Gor by John Norman Originally published by Ballantine Books (1966) Currently published by Open Road Media Sci-fi and Fantasy (2014) $7.99 (Kindle) $10.69 (Paperback) Tarl Cabot is a college professor from Great Britain who had accepted a teaching … Continue reading

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An Appreciation for the Fantasy Genre

I had begun my Appendix N Review Series as a way to see how the fantasy genre in the 1950s through the 1970s was different from today’s genre. Going in, I wasn’t sure what to expect — I expected to … Continue reading

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Martians, Go Home (Appendix N Review)

Martians, Go Home by Fredric Brown Originally published E. P. Dutton (1955) Republished by Gateway (2011) $5.99 Luke Devereaux is a struggling science fiction writer reeling from a recent divorce. Unable to come up with an idea for his next … Continue reading

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Hard at Work

It may seem like I’ve dropped off the face of the Internet, but believe me, I have not forgotten about any of you. It’s just that a combination of my day job and my personal projects have left me little … Continue reading

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