Photo Collages 2

Here are some more photo collages from my trip to Asia. For these, I took a single photo of a building in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia's capital city, and altered it some interesting ways.


Just started using Steemit

I recently joined Steemit, a website where you can release content and get paid for it. Here's my first Steemit post: Enjoy

2 Reasons You Should Read “The Once and Future King”

There's one particular reason the Arthurian legends are interesting: every writer portrays the story differently. Everybody has their own take on who Arthur was, what his life is about, and what his allies and enemies were trying to do. T.H. White did something especially unique when he wrote The Once and Future King. He created a …

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“Secret Menu,” a short film

Robotic Flyers just released another short film I contributed to. This one, Secret Menu, is a retro crime drama. You can find it here: Please watch the film all the through, it's less than 5 minutes long and the more people watch it all the way through, the more web traffic Robotic Flyers will get.

How Important is Lord of the Rings?

  Is The Lord of the Rings really that classic? Today, when over fifty years have passed since The Lord of the Rings came out, it's a valid question. After all, some fantasy authors have disregarded J.R.R. Tolkien as over-hyped and many are trying to write works that go in opposite directions from what Tolkien did in his stories. …

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Writing Quasi-Allegories (Allegory Pt 3)

Click here for Part 2 As I noted last time, full-blown allegories are hard to write because they have certain limits. However, you don't necessarily have to make an entire story allegorical. Many authors write quasi-allegories. In these works, the story has sections that are allegorical (didactic tone, important lessons) and other sections that are simply …

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