Who has two thumbs and is 18 months late with this update? You guessed it. In mid-2018 John S. Drew of the Chronic Rift was kind enough to have me as a guest to discuss Sylvester McCoy's tenure on Doctor Who. Have a listen!
This week I sat down with John S. Drew from Chronic Rift and we looked back at Colin Baker's run as the Sixth Doctor in Doctor Who.
Last weekend, I had an opportunity to sit down with John S. Drew, Glenn Greenberg, and Dan Persons to discuss 2001: A Space Odyssey. Had never seen the movie in its completion until the night before. My thoughts? Find out below...
On Feb. 18, 2018, I was part of a podcast with John S. Drew from the Chronic Rift. This week's topic was a look back at Season 1 of Star Trek: Discovery. Video and audio links below! Audio version of the Podcast
Over at The Chronic Rift, you can see a video podcast of myself and John S. Drew discussing DS9's 25th anniversary among other things. This was recorded on 1/14/2018. Direct Podcast Link [Warning: I am in this]
Several years ago, I engaged in a series of interviews with various authors in which I asked them ten questions about the craft, their work, and advice for new writers. Appropriately dubbed "The Ten", I am reposting those interviews here for archival purposes. While the first two authors I interviewed for The Ten have been well-established... Continue Reading →
The Chronic Rift Network has reposted the audio drama I wrote for the original sci-fi audio drama series, The Dome. Check it out here: http://chronicrift.com/node/4456 Blurb: Anibal and Helen return to the Dome after Parker's funeral to find the complex in a shambles. A number of the staff have reverted to a primal animal state while... Continue Reading →
This was several years in the making, and I am very excited to say that it is now out. Of course, it's been out... I went into the hospital shortly after "Collective", the entry I wrote for the original sci-fi audio drama series The Dome, was released. Here is the blurb: Anibal and Helen return to the... Continue Reading →