For our anniversary, my wife and I got a really nice message from my family wishing us good things, including that we would “realize our dreams”. When I’d finished responding, I looked over at her and noticed she had a strange expression on her face. You might think […]
Jason B. Thompson’s lovely map for a graphic novel version of The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath.
Inception in Real-Time. All the dreams played against one another and with editorial comments. (via Entertainment Weekly’s blog)
We could say something clever about “what things dreams are made of,” but Nightmare Detective just doesn’t lend itself to the cute. It looks like Nightmare Detective II doesn’t either.
In the final episode of St. Elsewhere, something strange happens. Snow begins to fall around St. Eligius Hospital, and we cut to an image of Dr. Donald Westphall’s autistic son Tommy, a minor character in the series up to this point. He sits, staring at a snow globe, […]
Michael Moorcock’s latest, and last, fantasy trilogy winds different strands of his fiction together intointertwining, virtually meta-fictional narratives reflecting on mythic and heroic archetypes and the power of stories to create new realities. If you like Moorcock, you will enjoy these books. If you don’t like Moorcock, they […]