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Monthly Archives: November 2010
I’m so furious that I don’t really know how to begin this article. I keep typing one or two sentences, deleting them, and then typing a few more, and then redeleting. In lieu of a clever introduction, allow me to … Continue reading
In order to save comics, the first step is getting comic books in the hands of readers. A common complaint from potential readers is that comic books are difficult to find because they can only be found in comic book … Continue reading
The All-Star Sports Resort at Disney was best described by a fellow Ozarks Writing Project member as being “the Motel 6 of Disney.” Faded pictures of sports stars “decorate” the lobby. The decor is ghetto 70′s and the colors don’t … Continue reading
Before I get started, please check out and donate to the RPPR Ransom for the Ruins of Lemuria. I’m writing for it, but even if I wasn’t, you should support Ross Payton and RPPR. If you’d like to see what … Continue reading
Sitting at the NWP keynote meeting, I was struck by an odd choice of wording. After briefly and vaguely discussing the film “Waiting for Superman,” there was a picture of Christopher Reeve as my all-time favorite hero and then the … Continue reading
I was recently visited by the Ghost of Pop Culture Future. I suppose I shouldn’t have been surprised because I was in Florida at the time and the message that he was giving me was something that Floridians, and (what … Continue reading
When I was asked to attend the NWP National Conference in Orlando, I jumped at the chance. Seeing as how I had been in Alaska in July, it seemed almost like a cosmic connection to be in Florida in November. … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, let’s talk about the enemy for a moment. The enemy is ignorance and it surrounds us. Now, there are plenty of people to blame for the ignorance around us (the media, politicians, a poorly funded education system), … Continue reading
What’s an episode of Batman: TAS without Batman? Well, “the Man Who Killed Batman” addresses this very premise. This was one of those episodes that I hated as a kid, but I can now appreciate it for its greatness today.