Effugium Eccentric tech mogul and cult leader Richard Kryuss has developed a system of storing and transmitting data organically, via trees containing within their DNA the entirety of recorded human knowledge. Could his Terrestrially Regenerative Enhanced Extranet, or T.R.E.E., be a boon to mankind, or will it spell doom for the human race? Exsilium In this eagerly-anticipated followup to last year’s “Effugium: The Time Remaining,” … Continue reading Effugium, Exsilium, Anshar and beyond
A selection from Moon Garden When I was fourteen, my mom dragged my younger sister and I to JC Penney for our annual wardrobe update. As we breezed through the mall, past Kaybee Toys, Waldenbooks and the rest of my favorite stores at a much faster pace than I would’ve liked, we passed an arcade, its electronic symphony of light and sound tantalizing my senses. … Continue reading “Other”
Exsilium, the followup novel to Effugium: The Time Remaining, will be released within the next two days. It’s a darker book than its predecessor, but that darkness is tempered by frequent moments of levity and a happy ending. Well, sort of. The people who die are still dead, but good does ultimately prevail over evil, and that’s what’s important. Also available: Anshar, a prequel novella … Continue reading EXSILIUM is almost here.
For decades, I carried with me a hazy memory of visiting a forest full of dinosaur statues at a very early age. I wasn’t entirely sure it wasn’t a dream until one day it occurred to me to look it up. Sure enough, the Dinosaur Gardens in Ossineke, Michigan is a real place that’s still in operation. I must’ve been four or five when we … Continue reading Dinosaur Dreams
When I was fourteen, my mom dragged my younger sister and I to JC Penney for our annual wardrobe update. As we breezed through the mall, we passed an arcade, its electronic symphony of light and sound beckoning me… “Your father didn’t pull extra shifts at the warehouse last year to buy y’all a Super Nintendo Genesis for Christmas so that we could bring you … Continue reading “Other”