A story on a single page.
This painting by Daniel R. Horne premiered as the cover of Dragon Magazine issue 126, which arrived in my mailbox in October of 1987. Thereafter, it would reappear in several other TSR products and advertisements. My thirteen-year-old reaction? “Wow!” Back in the day, Dragon had a excellent track record for Halloween (and April’s Fools) themed... Continue Reading →
The Sword And The Sorcerer is b-grade film-making at its finest. It scared the heck out of me as a little kid when my brother rented it on LaserDisc or Betamax around 1983 or so. But the sheer coolness of a THREE BLADED SWORD THAT CAN SHOOT TWO OF ITS BLADES enchanted my nine-year old brain.... Continue Reading →
Time for a new weekly writer’s roundup of my works-in-progress and those ready to read! Cretaceous Queen –my epic tale of magical girls, superheroes, dinosaurs and giant alien robots– is just shy of six thousand words as of today. I hadn’t expected the short story to get this long, figuring that it’d top-out at around... Continue Reading →