1978. The year of my birth. These games are literally as old as I am.
Here’s what’s coming up in 2019.
Writing about the future is writing in the shadows of monuments that haven’t yet risen. They’re the building blocks of the tenebrous virtual world you’re constructing, and when you’re writing near-future-fiction you’re more acutely aware of how these monuments shift and transform and rise and fall. You do your best to pin them down with…
After seven years of publishing my books, I’m going to raise my prices. I go into detail here, but long story short is that my expenses have increased, and I think my novels are worth at least $5. It’ll probably be a week or two before I raise my prices, so if you’re on the…
Hey guys. Last month I was asked to give a presentation to the Chicago Steampunk Collective. Here’s how it went.
I have a confession to make. I’ve been self-publishing ebooks for 7 years, and I only just now got a kindle. Yeah. I picked up a paperwhite, and it’s pretty neat. Not only is it a lot easier on the eyes than my phone was, but it automatically goes to sleep when the case is…
A new year, a new you, a new me. Here’s what I’ll be up to in 2018.
It’s been what, seven or eight months? Time to go into Taoscordian Games’s plan for 2018.
Self-Publishing saved my life. Seemed like a good idea at the time. In 2010 I was broke and homeless, couch surfing and living off the fumes of a never terribly vibrant bank account. I hadn’t been able to find any freelance gigs in months, and it’d been far loger since I’d been anything other than self-employed….
As a creative professional with a lot of different projects up in the air at any given time, I’m always looking for ways to improve my productivity and better organize my workflow. I’ve tried a number of different methods, and the latest iteration involves what is known as a bullet journal.