So, once again, as I have the last few years, I’ll be spending the last weekend in April attending RavenCon, Virginia’s largest science fiction and fantasy convention. This year though, there will be one very important difference for me at this year’s RavenCon. This year,
One of the little things I love about traveling is that it gives me time to catch up on my reading. So while I’m here in Kansas City, I’m taking the time to check out a book that first caught by eye at the Baen
After having made a small splash at my first MystiCon last year, to say nothing of having had a wonderful time, I made my way back to Roanoke for MystiCon 2016. MystiCon 2016 promised to be an eventual convention even a few months ago –
I’ll say this much for the blizzard that has left me more or less trapped in my apartment for the weekend – between it and graduating, I am finally catching up on my leisure reading. Most recently, I finally finished a book I got as
Looks like the marketplace for original short science fiction just got a little bit smaller. As of January 7th, Tor, one of the biggest markets for speculative fiction stories, will no longer be accepting unsolicited short fiction. Tor has been a major longtime staple in
Today, one of 2015’s most anticipated video games, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, hits store shelves, and while no doubt as fantastic as the last two games in the series, it is not any of The Witcher video games that I wish to talk about today.
Its once more that time of year, when Richmond’s local sci-fi/fantasy/horror convention, RavenCon takes roost for the weekend, once again bringing several big name authors and industry bigwigs, along with thousands of genre fans to town. Watching RavenCon fill Richmond with genre buffs, tabletop gamers,