This Saturday I’m going to be on Matthew Wayne Selznick’s (author of Brave Men Run) new podcast. It will me and Scott Sigler (Author of Earthcore and Ancestor) talking, among other things, about how the publishing industry is changing. Sure, I like the sound of my own voice, but I’m deeply interested in what Sigler […]
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Growing up is hard. And I’m not sure it gets any easier the older you get. It just stays hard. For example, I have trouble delegating. When I get in my head to do something, by gum and Jupiter (and a bunch of other corny psuedo-swear words) I jump in and do it.
Little girls are not allowed to play with frogs that are wacked out on drugs.
And no, there’s no punchline. I’m actually on vacation in Japan. Jet lag being what it is, I’m awake a time that no human should be awake. Separated from the herd in a country that is uniquely and emphatically about the herd.
Every job has it’s ups and downs. Recently I had a pretty big up when I shot these spots for the local hockey team. Seriously, this *is* my day job. At least on a good day. Check all of the out on YouTube.
In my book Catastrophe: Risk and Return (2004), I examined the issue of scientific literacy briefly, pointing out that only a third of American adults (adults, not 15-year-olds) know what a molecule is, that 39 percent believe that astrology is scientific, that 46 percent deny that human beings evolved from earlier animal species, and that […]
Okay, okay. So I’m lame for being quiet for so long. (And I know I’m lame) But things are bubbling. I swear they are. For one thing, we’ve got a colorist (the Mighty Myron Macklin) and he’s awesome. And we’re almost, almost, almost, so close I can taste it, done with the color version of […]
It was on this day in 1452 that the first section of the Gutenberg Bible was published in Mainz, Germany. It was the first book ever printed with movable type, Gutenberg’s revolutionary idea. At the time, all existing books were copied out by hand, and in order to be as efficient as possible, scribes had […]
I’m a professional writer. My words pay for my bread, my beer and everything else I consume. Last year, not counting re-writes or emails, I generated 400 pages. That’s a novel worth of writing. Except that I don’t write novels. The average length of what I write is about two pages. Which means I started […]