Shared Mythologies

I wrote a little something about bedtime stories for my friend Jeff Hite’s website. Here’s how it begins… A few nights ago I was sitting with my daughter Sophie, looking through A Children’s Treasury of Mythology. She’s three years old and one of her favorite things is to go through […]

Giving Thanks

Thankful today (and every day) for so many things — family, friends, health, blessings . . . all things I don’t deserve.

Lunchtime Reading: The Cabin in the Woods and Ritual Sacrifice

As the movie progresses, many key aspects of the occult elite and its way of functioning are described in vivid detail: Mediatised mega-rituals, occult secret societies, mind control, high-tech monitoring and so forth. At the end of the movie, one might realize that these scared and confused teenagers running around […]

I’m not the first person to say this, but…

…the news that Superman and Wonder Woman are now officially to be an “item” is just a predictably short-sided editorial move to drum up sales. No kidding, right? What else is new. I’m feeling more and more cynical about comics these days — at least, cynical about the mainstream ones. […]

On Sand

In which a sandbox is procured, children graduate, and old authors pass on.

Well, that’s disappointing.

There’s a longer blog post brewing in the back of my mind right now, something about the Gods and the movies that hate them. But for now, I’ll stick to saying how I’m disappointed, though not surprised, to hear that Tarsem’s latest film “Immortals” is an awful mess… Here’s everything […]

Transcriptions from another world…

I just lost an hour’s worth of writing time tonight. Drat. I should say that my process is a little bit different than usual right now. It’s NaNoWriMo, so I’m working on a smaller project and trying to make better use of the available technologies in order to get it […]

Coming Soon: The Cradle

Just a little teaser for T.M. Camp’s upcoming novella “The Cradle”.

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle

It’s been a busy time. Here are a few of the reasons why . . . also, we get some very nice fan mail, write some new stories, and drop meaningful hints about some kind of special event coming next week.