Mad Max, Death, and Justice … Guest blog from Asher.

I was recently contacted by a fella... a quick fella... who altered my perspective on both art and the way Mad Max (Fury Road specifically) can be interpreted. First off, let me tell you who this guy is... he is an artist that goes by the name of Asher - he "translates discarded tech into artistic pieces." …

Continue reading Mad Max, Death, and Justice … Guest blog from Asher.

The Future Drift…Guest Blog from Drew Avera

It's been at least a couple of years since I first met Drew Avera (real quick - his last name is pronounced "averee"... yeah, I know... I screwed it up too).  I'd read a few of his books (in fact, a couple of them were some of the earliest ebooks I had downloaded) and then ended …

Continue reading The Future Drift…Guest Blog from Drew Avera

A Corporately Sponsored Apocalypse – Guest Blog by Joe Turk…

I'm often contacted by authors who ask if I wouldn't mind reading their work and posting a review.  I try not to make a habit of this as it makes me uncomfortable, so my answer is usually "I'm sorry, but no." But once in a while, one will come along and my gut tells me …

Continue reading A Corporately Sponsored Apocalypse – Guest Blog by Joe Turk…

BIRTH PANGS: Interpreting Our Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare… a guest blog by Tyler Bumpus

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEGmdjdqDJU I came across Tyler Bumpus early this past winter of 2016 (February, more specifically) when I read the first book in his Swallowed World post-apocalypse series, The Eternal Season.  I was enthralled... I was amazed... this was one seriously kick-ass PA story.  You can read my review here. There have been two postapoc stories that …

Continue reading BIRTH PANGS: Interpreting Our Post-Apocalyptic Nightmare… a guest blog by Tyler Bumpus

Finding Hope on a Cold, Dead World… guest post from Jesse Mercury.

A dear, late friend of mine once said, "Sometimes you just get the measure of somebody online. A consistent vibe that “this is a good person”... That is precisely how I feel about Jesse Mercury.  We started following each other summer of 2015.  I had  visited his website and youtube channel and when I saw that …

Continue reading Finding Hope on a Cold, Dead World… guest post from Jesse Mercury.

Guest Blog…. Stephen Leuchtman, author of A Promise and the Price.

I’m going to tell you about the story I’m working on, but first I’m going to tell a short story about how the story came to be. I was writing “The Neon Roadhouse,” which became “A Promise and the Price,” which is out on Kindle now. The agent I was working with suggested that I …

Continue reading Guest Blog…. Stephen Leuchtman, author of A Promise and the Price.

Guest Blog…. Michelle Murray, author of the Land of Mystica series.

My name is Michelle Murray. I am the author of a young adult fantasy book series called The Dream Walker, Land of Mystica. You probably never heard of me, and that’s okay. I have been writing since high school, and won numerous awards for my poetry and short stories. Several of which have been published …

Continue reading Guest Blog…. Michelle Murray, author of the Land of Mystica series.

Guest blog by Jamie Dodge… An argument for Deep Space 9.

Let's be controversial... DS9 was the best Star Trek show in the franchise. Now, let me explain why... 1.  Up until DS9, the whole franchise was episodic. When DS9 came along, the writers took it into a direction that hadn't been done before. This show serialized the story line, making it one long, seven year …

Continue reading Guest blog by Jamie Dodge… An argument for Deep Space 9.