Night Fishing #20TweetTales

Recently, I decided to try something new on Twitter, so I created the hashtag #20TweetTales. Basically, I try to tell a short story over the course of 20 tweets. I was inspired to write this story by the amazing art of Eddie Bennun. I posted my first one just the …

The Handmaid’s Tale Ep. 1-3: Setup for a Dark Future

I’d never read Margaret Atwood’s dystopian classic The Handmaid’s Tale. Though, I’m remedying this. I’m barely up to chapter eight. The book, however, has been one of my wife’s favorites for as long as I’ve known her, so the moment she saw the first trailer she was hooked. After seeing …

The Wheel of Equality: Robert Jordan’s Interesting View on Women Through the Eyes of The Wheel of Time

So… I’ve just finished rereading the entire Wheel of Time series. The first time, I got through Book 10, Crossroads of Twilight, and then fell off the map of reading. Not because I was bored with it, in fact, I was chomping at the bit for more. That was somewhere …

*Archive* Science Fact-ion: Powered Exosuits

Ironman. The load lifter from Aliens.  The combat jackets from Edge of Tomorrow.  The exoskeleton from Elysium. Powered exoskeleton suits are speckled all across science fiction. And that’s just Hollywood. Delve into written science fiction, like Alastair Reynolds’s Revelation Space, and they’re all over the place. They even exist in …