Contributed to my first post as a guest columnist over at the Boom Tube today! Check out the site for a wellspring of reviews, rejected pitches and musings on comic book super-people.
Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing delivers its lines half-cut, swirling the last mouthfuls of wine around in its glass, at a party. Everything is loose. Which is fair: much of the action is a party, half-cut, but there are always more mouthfuls to be found. Or bottles, anyway, half-killed. They fill every surface in the… Read More
Over the course of rereading Motter & Lark’s Terminal City, I’ve thought a lot about the characters and structure, the parts that I like and the part that I would do completely differently. One aspect that I am drawn back to is the point of view. The book has a large ensemble cast with a… Read More