Monthly Archives: December 2014

In 2015 I resolve to

Continue getting fit Get drafted to a roller derby league Write a short story every week Finish at least two of my novel manuscripts Write at least one screenplay In conjunction with the last point on my list, make at … Continue reading

Posted in new year | Tagged | Leave a comment

I’m trying not to overreact to Leelah Alcorn’s death a few days ago. It’s hard because at some point in my life I could have been her. So let’s work to build a world where trans kids don’t kill themselves … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Starting in January I’ll be running a monthly column on about events in local geek culture that affect LGBTQIA geeks. I’m currently brainstorming columns and topics that I can handle. My first planned columns include but are not limited to: … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Before Year End

I have 3 pieces that need to be done by December 31st. Here’s my work list: Untitled Fiction Piece – Wayfinder (Due Dec. 31) Ulfens of Ustalav – Wayfinder (Due Dec. 31) Magic Item: The Bear of Canterwall (Due Dec. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Vox Day: If a woman says she was raped by a white man, she’s probably lying, because only blacks and hispanics rape

Originally posted on we hunted the mammoth:
There’s at least one group that might welcome Vox Day This is the final day of the We Hunted the Mammoth Pledge Drive! If you haven’t already, please consider sending some bucks my…

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Imposter Syndrome

I’m at the end of my first semester of grad school, wondering if I’ve done enough. I’m worrying that my stories might not be good enough, that my responses might not be insightful enough, that my responses might not be plentiful … Continue reading

Posted in Writing | Tagged | 1 Comment

Colonising History: The Culture and Politics of Assassin’s Creed

Originally posted on james patton:
I used to like Assassin’s Creed. I enjoyed the climbing and stabbing. There are lots of reasons to dislike the games, though: super-linear mission structure, the AAA obsession with cutscenes, the twitchy and cluttered controls.…

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment