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January 22, 2015

     It's the writing; it's brilliant, and even those who have excellent reasons to hate American Horror Story must agree, that as shows go, it's Art. Last night, after the finale of season 4, Freak Show, I considered the subtle and effective themes of punish...

January 12, 2015

     Television is our new literature. This decade’s writing, acting, and cinematographic arts have all outdone themselves. With every possibly genre represented in force, the best thing about the current TV paradigm is that it presents to us an astoundingly diverse li...

October 23, 2014

 

     Readers and writers sure like books. In fact, I owe my posture, balance, and perfectly leveled coffee table to hardcover anthologies. It’s counterintuitive, but we mustn’t equate books with their stories. We don’t love folks because of their appearance, or their...

October 15, 2014

     Maybe everything happens for a reason. The Richmond Comic Creators Expo happened for several, not the least of which was to make face to face connections with like-minded people. Artists and writers produce work to share with a like-minded audience; without that c...

October 9, 2014

 

Mr. Spock wonders why he wasn’t deified, too.

 

 

     Consider two iconic examples of beloved folks with pointy ears. One, at first introduction, was publicly accused of sporting a barbed tail and pitchfork, a demonic stereotype which haunted Star Trek (The Original Ser...

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