It certainly seems that I am falling into a cycle again. Here’s the deal: I set my goals in late December, early January. For the last few years, it has … Continue reading
In a beautiful intro, editor Victor LaValle describes the origin of the idea for A People’s Future of the United States – speculative fiction that derives in theme from Howard … Continue reading
By no means is this an exhaustive list of books coming out this year that I am excited about, but it is an overview of books I am aware of … Continue reading
At the end of August, 2018 it occurred to me that the vast majority of books I read so far in the year were by white men. I looked at … Continue reading
In which our writer waxes eloquently about things he wishes to accomplish in the year 2019.
I know blog stats are not everything, but after another year where I have run a lot, spent a lot of time watching Netflix and reading books but had some … Continue reading
Just a few of the cool things we did this year.
Last year, I unexpectedly had the opportunity to speak at the church we were attending. I found Mary’s Song in Luke 1, and my eyes were opened to this text I was unfamiliar with, and it has stuck with me over the last year. Click to read this message!