[Booktalk] The Well at the World’s End (William Morris)

William Morris is arguably the world’s first fantasy writer. There were stories with elements in them that the author believed was fiction (just look at the Gothic period), but Morris was the first to set his story in an entirely fictional world. Coming out in 1896, Well at the World’s End spans 4 volumes and … More [Booktalk] The Well at the World’s End (William Morris)

[Book Review] Science Fiction for REAL MEN(tm); Biohell by Andy Remic.

T’has been a while since I last posted, a long 17 days, but things needed doing and now the work continues. Carcosa posting will continue of course, and the read-through of DCC continues also. Fear not friends. In the meantime I feel like blathering on about dumb super-awesome sci-fi by the british Fred Durst of … More [Book Review] Science Fiction for REAL MEN(tm); Biohell by Andy Remic.

Christmas, brief mention of the new Star wars and a love letter to the Horus Heresy.

On this most festive of holidays, your Prince wishes first and foremost to extend gratitude and salutations to his small body of avid commenters, readers and raggamuffins for what is almost a half year of helpful commentary, irreverent mockery, useful linkeage and associated activities. I wish you all a merry christmas (even my occasional reader … More Christmas, brief mention of the new Star wars and a love letter to the Horus Heresy.