I’d like it to be known that I’m a fan of Dave Freer’s writing. His humor and layered nuance make all of his books a joy to read. The latest of his works to become available is “Crawlspace“, wherein he and some guy he co-wrote with are publishing a set of stories related to the [...]
Archive for March, 2011
Kevin Wasden, an artist and creator who I have been blessed to work with on occasion, has kicked off a new illustrated YA venture with author Julie Wright entitled “Hazzardous Universe“. There’s a really neat video available off their blog site that captures the spirit of adventure and excitement that the book brings to life. [...]
Nancy Fulda, the power behind Anthology Builder and an author whom I am proud to say has allowed Darwin’s Evolutions to publish two of her stories previously, has won the first place prize in the 2011 Jim Baen Memorial Writing Contest. Way to go, Nancy!
I took on the task of writing anime and manga reviews for Naked Reader a while back. After a suitable interval, I’ll be re-posting those reviews here on Darwin’s Evolutions as well. The first of these is Raiders by JinJun Park. I don’t like zombies. Seriously. I find the whole genre cliché (at least the [...]
Well, after all the rushing around and blog formatting and so forth that I jumped into as part of the re-launch, I thought it appropriate to take a moment and discuss a few “Why?”s about what’s going on. My personal preference is to be as up front and open as possible. I’m not a fan [...]
One of the oddities of my library is the way the letter “W” is over-represented. I discovered this due to the necessary packing and unpacking of my collection during a series of poorly conceived job changes. The fact is that I’ve read lots of David Weber over the years and this in spite of the [...]