What’s New Is Old

February 9, 2018 Brian Niemeier 0

A curious phenomenon I started noticing about fifteen years ago hit me as a sort of jump-cutting in time. The effect wasn’t internally consistent, though–like when I sit down to write at 7 PM, get […]

Jon Del Arroz

Brief Thoughts On Editing A Sequel

February 8, 2018 jdelarroz 0

This is the first time I’ve gone through a book as a sequel while I did edits. It’s a very interesting process which is a bit different than the first. The characters are established, so […]


Could Thrawn Have Saved Star Wars?

February 8, 2018 Brian Niemeier 0

Gamespot, of all places, just ran a story by Christopher Gates that made the same assertion I’ve been making since The Force Awakens came out, viz. that film adaptations of Timothy Zahn’s legendary Thrawn Trilogy should […]


Torching Itself Nicely

February 7, 2018 Brian Niemeier 0

In light of the ongoing discussion of the Prussian education model, my comment on Joseph Moore’s original Catholic Schools Week article would seem to merit its own post. I attended Catholic schools from K-12, and […]