March 2016

The Fall of the Fantastic Four

March 30, 2016

Fantastic Four: Vol. 1 – The Fall of the Fantastic Four This graphic novel collects the first five issues of the 2014 series of Marvel’s First Family. The story begins with swarm of monsters invading the city. Of course, the Fantastic [Keep Reading]

How I Feel Doing Midnight Radio

March 28, 2016

Midnight Radio. Written by Ehud Lavski. Art by Yael Nathan. Contact: elavski@gmail.com I feel like this when I do my Midnight Radio program. It feels like I belong there and I hope I connect with the listeners in the same way. Brilliant comic! [Keep Reading]

The Gift Must Always Move

March 21, 2016

I have never liked the term Indian Giver. Not only is it racist, it is wholly inaccurate. The First Nations People weren’t in the practice of giving presents and then taking them back. There was a cycle that was observed and for those outside [Keep Reading]

Doctor Who and Batman Too

March 19, 2016

Doctor Who – The Wheel of Ice by Stephen Baxter I haven’t read much in the way of Doctor Who fiction, just a few comic books and a young adult novel. When I picked this book up from the library, I wasn’t even sure what incarnation [Keep Reading]

Great Advice on Becoming a How-To Writer

March 17, 2016

How to Write & Sell Simple Information for Fun and Profit by Robert W. Bly Here are a few of the notes I took while reading this book . . . A how-to writer is a teacher in print. However, instead of teaching in a classroom, the how-to wroter [Keep Reading]

Celebrating 4 Years of Word is Bond Rap Radio

March 14, 2016

Tonight, we celebrate the 4th Anniversary of Word is Bond Rap Radio. It’s hard to believe that I started this show four years ago. I have had some great times on the airwaves, produced dozen of documentaries about hip-hop, interviewed close to [Keep Reading]

A Novel of Scribbled Notes

March 10, 2016

Life on the Refrigerator Door by Alice Kuipers This novel takes place entirely through the written word. More specifically, through notes that have been scribbled down as a mother is rushing to and from her job. She doesn’t seem to be able [Keep Reading]
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