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I came across a great infographic recently by Michell Zappa that combines two of my passions in a way that really helps my writing as a speculative fiction author: infographics and futurism. The elegance of it is amazing. Just click … Continue reading
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I’ve lived long enough to see speculative fiction go through a few phases. In the 70’s when I was a wee lad, I witnessed the birth of modern special effects, kicked off by Star Wars. A ton of eye candy … Continue reading
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What is a Person?
Recently on the religious/philosophical site First Things, Joe Carter posted an intriguing op-ed piece on what it takes to be a “person”. To paraphrase, being human and being a person are two different things, even though the terms are often … Continue reading