Karla Fetrow’s “The Icelandic Accord” is the end of the dystopian novel because the bleak future has already arrived. And it’s refreshing as a cold glass of water to know that humanity may still be capable of solving the world’s problems through intellect and heart instead of more CGI explosions…
The Hogs of Cold Harbor is a wonderful absurdist Civil War epic that boldly questions the status quo of patriotism and social dogmas. Telling the “obscene” story of how the Confederate States of America saw themselves as the heroes against Lincoln and Grant’s villainous Union (a perspective so alien to the mainstream no agent would probably touch it) the story skewers the plight of humanity, human beings forced to self-define their own “honor” in the midst of moral chaos.
Fidayeen could well be called an anti-war novel, in the sense that it objectively analyzes multiple points of view from a large cast of fictional characters, most of which are armed and…
I am not a hooker. I am just business savvy.
I have never had any interest in prostituting myself and being ostracized by society. Sex should be an emotional, loving and spiritual experience shared between two (or three or four) people.
TLMW – If this were a perfect legal system would the death penalty be a fitting punishment?
Dogs of science remains an uncomfortable subject today, given our new standards of elevating canines to the deserving status of human beings, all the while we disregard anything that doesn’t have a snout and floppy ears.
Skeletor Explains the Law of Attraction! Who better to teach us the secret of the universe than a Master of the Universe?
The Late Mitchell Warren’s short story “God Lives in a Car Lot” is a splice of life piece discussing theism, agnosticism and atheism. All three collide inside a second hand car lot, somewhere around the year 2001.
The Late Mitchell Warren- Is Google Censoring Nibiru: Planet X in fear of wide panic or is it 2012 paranoia?
John Tannen interviews Madama Mama and gets the dirt on Mars. Which you probably haven’t heard much about.