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.
Picking up where we left off with last week’s post, we’re continuing a storyteller’s exploration of the modern disaster epic Chernobyl. Which is an absolutely
Anyone who was alive and paying attention in the 1970s remembers the rise of the disaster epic. Whether it was Airport or The Towering Inferno
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
Look at a hill. A gorge. A plain. You see… let me guess, a hill, a gorge, or a plain, depending on which one you
Please welcome an up-and-coming writer, Logan Kearsley. We connected through LTUE and I was happy to get a post from him on the way he