A coming-of-age romance set in the tumultuous year of 1988, "Jake's 88" is a time warp back to thirty years in the past and all that entails. It's out January 15!
I definitely picked the wrong time to try to get a new publication out--right in the middle of a job and life transition--but I'm pleased [...]
Two bizarre SF stories, focusing on our obsession with entertainment and diversion, will soon be available in a Kindle edition, for free, and a low-priced paperback version.
Thirty years ago we were glued to our televisions night after night, hooked on epic stories. Here are some of the best of them.
Why are so many military commanders in Civil War fiction complete sad sacks? The Civil War Pop blog tells us why.
Since the time of Andy Warhol, modern art has increasingly focused on popular culture. Gallery 1988 is a relatively new art gallery that deals specifically [...]
Why are we fascinated the idea of the "happiest place on Earth" being especially dark and dangerous?
Mad Men is dead. Long live Mad Men!
Was this "lost" CYOA book really too scary to publish when it was originally written in 1997?
ArtLark is a great blog because they showcase fascinating things that would otherwise not really get my attention. Sure, I've heard of Blondie (the comic [...]