Fred Reed asks some pointed questions about censorship, and how it’s been outsourced from “officialdom” to private companies. Here’s an excerpt. Governments never like freedom
I’m going to use a couple of gastronomic examples that I hope will carry over into books, literature, and the process of creating them.
If you’ve been a fan of science fiction for any length of time, you know that writers have continually postulated building spaceships in space, rather
This is going to be a stream-of-consciousness sort of post. Over the past few weeks I’ve been heavily involved in editing; planned and made a
We’ve all heard of software designed to help us produce a fully-fledged book rather than just a document. Scrivener is one of the best known;
I recently came across a collection of cartoons from Stephan Pastis’ “Pearls Before Swine” comic strip that had me rolling in the aisles. It’s titled