This is the third of four articles that were originally written for a class assignment. Click here to see Parts 1 and 2 of this series if you missed them. The title Planet of the Apes brings about ideations of a comedy: creatures we normally see in zoo, instead walking around in clothes and talking. […]Read More Planet of the Nukes and TV-Watchers
The final times for my Geek.Kon 2017 panels are in! Friday, August 25, 9:00 PM (Mendota Room) – History of the End of the World: Trends and Evolution of Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Stories. Here I will be talking about trends and some of their causes; commercial, social, and scientific. This is a great opportunity to […]Read More Geek.Kon Panels
Wow, summer has flown by! I’ve been keeping busier than I expected, and this blog is one of the things that hasn’t gotten as much of my attention as I thought it would. Outside of general personal reasons, I’m going to give a shout out to the weather. If you’ve ever woken up to 90 […]Read More News and Updates: Geek.Kon 2017!
Daniel Wilson is to the robot apocalypse what Mira Grant is to the zombie. At least, that’s what I gather from my very, very short history with his work. I’m fairly certain I had heard of his 2011 novel Robopocalypse before I was given the sequel, Robogenesis, as a gift, but I had never read […]Read More Book Review: Robogenesis by Daniel Wilson