Monthly Archives: November 2019
Protector is an idea that can’t be pinned down to any one brain. Simon took the first step when he made a project about godlike aliens assisting in a post-apocalypse archaeological dig. I asked Simon questions about the world, which started … Continue reading
Lois McMaster Bujold and Terry Pratchett both talk about writing as a hike through a misty valley between mountain peaks. Back in July, I wrote the mountain peaks. Then, from the beginning of September to the end of November, I … Continue reading
Rain, birdsong, voices Drops shudder the yellow leaves What was I doing?
Oh, the contempt that winks within you A sullen coal Enslaved to the machinery that enslaves you Although you built it.
A tomb’s chartreuse dome Behind leaves before the sky I’m grateful for them
Moving continents Black and clear blue, glowing pink An amazing sky!