Worldbuilding is one of a writer’s most important tasks. Whatever you write, whether it’s regular fiction or science fiction, whether it’s for books, movies, comics, television, or even video games, you need to build a strong foundation for it. You need to build a world for it.
The United States Supreme Court is about to rule (again) on whether or not women have the right to an abortion. I talk here about who should have a say in that decision.
Many writers debate the use and necessity of maps, prologues, and epilogues in fiction. Here are my thoughts on the subjects.
April is Autism Acceptance Month. What’s the difference between “acceptance” and “awareness”, and why is it so important to people who are actually autistic?
Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars. Is that all there is to it? I talk about why there’s a lot more to this than you may think.
Star Trek, as a franchise, has always been “woke”. And with all the new series and episodes and even a new Kirk coming out (so to speak), it has the chance to boldly go where no series has gone before.
I’ve always been a writer, and a few years ago, I decided it was time to start acting like a professional one; and that meant paying taxes like one.
So long as the people who planned and perpetrated this attack go free, and so long as there are those who seek to distort the facts about it, we’ll never heal, and we’ll never be united. That is why we can never forget January 6th.