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Battlestar Galactica… Then, Now, Forever. So Say We All…

If you know me, you know my love for Battlestar Galactica. I wrote the following piece to commemorate the show's 35th anniversary... some 6 years ago. It's hard to believe this show is now going on 42 years old! I... Continue Reading →

Why Sucker Punch Is Smarter Than You!

The first op/ed piece I wrote for This Is Infamous some six and a half years ago, now, was the result of a challenge. Billy The Kidd Donnelly, the site's owner, and editor,  hosted a movie review podcast. And he... Continue Reading →

Is Paranormal Investigation Science Or A Fading Fad?

I love doing hard, feature journalism. Today's blog post a fine example of me at my best. Six years ago I took a trip to Niagara Falls and visited with notable professionals in the Paranormal Investigation community... to find out... Continue Reading →

And The Next Great Zombie Live Action Adaptation Should Be…

One of my early op/ed pieces for THIS IS INFAMOUS. Judging from the second paragraph, this 7-year-old piece was published in tandem with the release of the film version of WWZ...   The zombie craze is at an all-time high... Continue Reading →

Good Boy

Finally, after a long road... the release of my debut novella, Good Boy, is upon us. Black Friday, 11/29/19, you can pre-order it. Tuesday 12/17/19 it hits bookshelves. It's my hope you all enjoy the story of a pack of... Continue Reading →

Game of Thrones And Elric: The Influence of Michael Moorcock on TV’s Most Popular Show

Why do I love George RR Martin's Game of Thrones? From the first episode right through to the very end? From the first page of the first volume through to what Martin hasn't completed yet? I'll tell you why. Part... Continue Reading →

A Book Of Light And Shadow

  I've been writing and creating since I can remember. My Mom started teaching me how to read and write at about three years old and I didn't waste any time applying what I learned. It was sometime around second... Continue Reading →

Anti-Heroes Never Disappoint You

The adage says never meet your heroes, they'll only disappoint you. I guess I'm safe. The only hero I ever had was New York Yankee catcher Thurman Munson. The Captain died when I was a ripe old age of 11,... Continue Reading →

Ghost Prequelle: A Rainbow Rising

Ring-a-ring o' rosies, A pocket full of posies, Ashes, ashes, We all fall down... Prequelle, Ghost's latest opus, is a Baroquian masterpiece ripe with enough medieval imagery and hooks to make Ritchie Blackmore jealous. The band's fourth full length release... Continue Reading →

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