Attack of the Killer B’s…

  Back in 1992-1993, I was stationed at Ft. Carson, CO.  Assigned to a small Cavalry Squadron, attached to the 4th Infantry Division. While it was normal for us to party on Friday nights only as soldiers can, my Saturday nights were dedicated to sitting in front of my TV with a pint of New …

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Humanicide – a French Post-Apocalyptic Short Film…

It must be almost a year ago now when I became interested in this project from the French film studio, Algo Studios.  I had followed them on Twitter and their Facebook Page, and although I don't speak a lick of French, my computer does, so thank God for technology!  Guillaume and I would sometimes have …

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1982… A boy sleeps outside, waiting to make contact.

Just this weekend, I discovered Jesse Mercury on Twitter.  Mr. Mercury is self-described as "a SciFi action hero from 2084, flung out of time with no way to get home. His only hope is to send musical signals into the cosmos in an attempt to attract a higher form of life capable of sending him back …

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J.D. Goff – From Zombies to Generational Ark Ships…

I don't recall exactly when I first met J.D. Goff on Twitter, but I'd venture to guess it's been over a year ago now. At the time, he was writing a story on his WordPress site entitled Promised Land Abandonded (PLA). PLA is a zombie story and some of you may already know that I don't …

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An interview with Arthur H. Walker – Identity Extensive Technology and “Going Delta”…

  EC: Welcome to the Wastes, Arthur! Hey, real quick before we get started... I understand you like to "poke pixels into proper shape".  I'm a bit of a video game nerd, could you tell me about the game developer thing? AW: A friend I've known for 25 years, asked me to help him build …

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Who’s my favorite writer? Glad you asked…

 When I was in Junior High ('82-'83), I found a book in the school library called The Long  Afternoon of Earth by Brian Aldiss.  I thought it was absolutely fascinating!  It was an abridged  version of Hothouse, but I wouldn't learn that until many years later.  Flash forward to sometime in the mid-90's and I …

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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 …

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