Last night I was sitting in a diner, and I got to thinking about how the environment in which we consume fiction affects our perception of it.
Check it, y’all. So there’s this site called NoiseTrade. Here’s how it works…
So look. Everybody and their grandmother is talking about HBO’s True Detective; which, having aired its final episode tonight, has firmly cemented itself as a work of television perfection. But […]
About a week ago, I took a trip to New Hampshire, to climb Mount Washington for the eighth or ninth time in my life. It’s a yearly ritual for my family, […]
Sometimes I read a story in the news and it’s so purposefully misleading it makes me foam at the mouth.
Here’s a snippet from the new novel. Enjoy! Bear in mind that this is hot off the presses, totally unedited, and will likely change substantially before publication. I’m aping AA […]
Starting to get more visitors to the blog, and with this Phil Fish thing, I find myself thinking more and more about creator-audience interaction. Here are my publicly-stated GROUND RULES […]
So I’ve seen this article from Slate making the rounds on Facebook and Twitter: what purports to be a scathing expose on the secret underground book which is single-handedly responsible […]
Today, a critic I like released his first book: a combination autobiography and a critical analysis of Super Mario Bros. 3. It’s an excellent piece of work that shows seriously-polished […]
So everybody and their grandma is talking about the “Xbox 180”: Microsoft’s complete about-face and their decision to take back everything they said about the Xbox One’s online policies, intrusive […]