Author Archives: Keith
In between feeding and changing a 2 month old’s diapers, here’s a couple of things that have caught my eye around the old Interweb thingy: The World In Deeper Inspection is a n intriguing web comic by Ashel, which is … Continue reading
I had a dream that they found forgotten in some vault on the Paramount lot an entire 4th season of Star Trek (TOS) that never aired. Episodes included a 2 parter where Khan and 2 of his rivals escaped from … Continue reading
The city of Portland built a subway system and I took it all the way to the end, through the mountains, to the coast. The last stop was a platform on a sheer rock cliff overlooking the Haystacks. I walked … Continue reading
There’s a nice little review of my novella, The lives of Perfect Creatures over at Indie Ebook Reviews. (Don’t worry about the typo issue in the first sentence, I’m pushing a fix out as we speak).
This week, Iran announced that they had successfully launched a monkey into orbit and returned him safely to Earth. And the rest of the world went WTF, Iran? Because really, it’s not 1961. We have a space station, Iran, and … Continue reading
I’ve been hard at work over the last 2 weeks, revising the novel-in-progress (among other things*) and thought I’d write up a post describing what this looks like to the objective observer, namely, me reading a bunch of weird stuff … Continue reading
Continuing this blog’s decent into irrelevance by writing nothing but meandering posts about writing once every 2 or 3 weeks, I thought I’d share a discovery I’ve made while writing. When I set out to extract the corn kernels from … Continue reading