I’m excited to share that I have a new article appearing on Campfire Learn: “The History of Speculative Fiction and How to Write It”.
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New Article: From Protagonist to Antagonist
From protagonists to side characters and from heroes to villains, we often think of our characters in terms of the roles they play in the story. There is much terminology used for various roles, often with overlapping meanings, and this might seem daunting to a new student of literature or an aspiring author. An exampleContinue reading “New Article: From Protagonist to Antagonist”
The Foggy History of Friday the 13th
The history of Friday the 13th is shrouded in the past like so many lurking monsters waiting to pounce from the shadows.
Ray Bradbury: The Man who Burned all the Books
Bradbury is recognized as one of the authors who transformed science fiction into a respected format.
The History of Science Fiction
As broad in scope as our series on the fantasy genre was, exploring all that is encompassed by the name Science Fiction is an undertaking of epic proportions! Like daring explorers setting out to discover uncharted worlds, we are taking the first steps into realms of both the unknown and the unknowable! CLICK HERE forContinue reading “The History of Science Fiction”
The Fantasy Genre: Part One
Head over HERE to see my latest article, detailing the history, growth, and evolution of the fantasy genre. This is the first of a two-part series, the second of which will explore the sub-genres of fantasy in more detail.
Given that this website is a platform for my career as a fiction author, I tend to avoid speaking out about current events. Considering the gravitas of today’s events, however, I feel that opening dialogues about what is happening is the only responsible thing to do. For those who may not be caught up, IContinue reading “Global Tensions”