A funny thing happened at the Opera. Well, no, not "funny" so much as "five hours long".
Recommendation: The Chronicles of Prydain
You may be wondering what a Greatest Living Author reads when he’s not writing. Well, how about "Lord of the Rings, but Welsh"?
Writing Revisited: “It’s like a Wintermorn festival in my mouth!”
“How is it? You can really taste the moose tongue, right?” “The what now?” “I’m kidding.” “That’s not funny.” “It’s ox tongue.” “THAT’S not funny!”
Writing Revisited: The Many Faces of Uncle Wintermorn
Last weekend of May, perfect time to relive a very Realmgard Christmas.
Recommendations Recap: Pulp Fantasy Adventures
Some games, some anime, some cartoons, all just as Pulpy as those oranges...
Writing Revisited: Enter, Howard R. Morton
“It’s always nice to meet a fan.”
Mid-Week Reminder: The Treasure of Oake Island Chapter 8
One last chance to catch up on socks, treasure, and shocking historical revelations before Chapter 9 goes live on Friday.
Recommendation: John Carter
'"John Carter of Mars" makes it pretty obvious that it's a SciFi movie, and perhaps raises the question of "Who's John Carter? Why's he on Mars?". "John Carter", on the other hand, sounds like a movie about some dude.'
Monday Reminder: The Treasure of Oake Island Chapter 8
Your chance to catch up on socks, treasure, and shocking historical revelations.
Recommendation: A Video Essay About Tolkien
"The fact that Tolkien can write the human (or Elf or Hobbit, as the case may be...) condition so well is because he had first-hand experience with most of the human condition is. Mostly, it's pain."