Rita Walker (Blog Twenty-two): By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris I made an open bin with plywood to throw in food scraps, dog poop and occasionally leaves. Every so often I throw soil on top. Over the years when I turned the mixture over with a shovel I found it full of earthworms and thatContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Twenty-two): By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”
Enjoy this Audio Interview with Bob Godlick as he discusses how he got into vintage clock repair and the different types of clocks he has worked on so far.
via Chrysalids words and music by Dan Watt. Performed by Dave Flitton (singer) and Dan Watt (player)
via The Process of drawing the Queen of Caelum cover by Randy Bugdale.
A couple of weeks ago I decided I needed to take a break from working on my own stories and read someone elses. As I walked down the aisles at Indigo’s in Cambridge (Canada) I came across an interesting title called “The Three-Body Problem” in the science fiction section. This is a Hugo winning storyContinue reading “Review of Cixin Liu’s “The Three-Body Problem” translated by Ken Liu”
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Interview with Bill Ashwell at the Blackwing Café, Cambridge Ontario, September 14, 2019. Co-author of the Play Noir “Dark Sanctuary” After seeing the play Dark Sanctuary, co-written by my friend Bill Ashwell I enjoyed it so much that I asked him if I could interview him. If you…
Interview with Bill Ashwell, co-author of the new play Dark Sanctuary at the Blackwing Café, Cambridge Ontario, September 14, 2019.
She clenches her eyelids closed knowing the Sturgeon moon is trying to pierce its silver light through her curtains.
Rita Walker (Blog Six): By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris An interesting twist. The Haida believe that animals are more intelligent than humans and can transform into human form. If you are from the Haida it would be good to hear from you. Why have we included Indio’s (Gordon Peterson) song Hard Sun? We’ll leaveContinue reading “Rita Walker (Blog Six): By Dan Watt and Taylor Norris”
Rita has to contemplate Zsofia’s question. She realizes perfect posture represents the melding of nature with technology. “Mother Earth is always changing, evolving. Now technology is evolving closer to nature. Engineers have started experimenting making computer parts with living material.”