When Clark Kent Quit the Daily Planet

"I was taught to believe you could use words to change the course of rivers -- that even the darkest secrets would fall under the harsh light of the sun...But facts have been replaced by opinions. Information has been replaced by entertainment. Reporters have become stenographers. I can't be the only one who's sick of … Continue reading When Clark Kent Quit the Daily Planet

Literature, Fandom, and Fantastic Beasts; Stan Lee and Sherwood Anderson

I finished a new short story last week.  I'm mentally preparing for the next one by doing some reading and by catching up on other kinds of work.  Tomorrow, I'm going to start a story inspired in part by Sherwood Anderson's "Godliness: A Story in Four Parts."  Yesterday, I posted a short, positive review of … Continue reading Literature, Fandom, and Fantastic Beasts; Stan Lee and Sherwood Anderson

A Real Live Webpage from 1996, Preserved In Its Natural Habitat; Fiction as Public Engagement

Christopher Cocca No, not the official Berkshire Hathaway page. I'm talking about the Periodic Table of Comic Books! If you've been trying to cross reference an element with its appearances in various comics over the last few decades, I've just given you the last resource you should ever need. If you're trying to explain the … Continue reading A Real Live Webpage from 1996, Preserved In Its Natural Habitat; Fiction as Public Engagement