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“Washed Pure, Washed Clean” Cyberfunk Radio…

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“Facing the New World” – on the Radio!

My story “Facing the Modern World” was a part of the Airships & Automatons anthology with Witty Bard Publishing. The story describes a fictitious meeting between King David Kalakaua and a Japanese Samurai regarding the pressures of defending their island nations against other countries… in the early beginnings of a Steampunk world. Thanks to The […]

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On the Radio – in the Ether with “Facing the Modern World”

Thanks to some wonderful folks in the UK, my story Facing the Modern World from the Of Airships and Automatons Anthology has been produced as a Radio Serial The first part of the story will be broadcast this Friday, August 14, 2015 at 21:00 UK 10:00 a.m. Hawaii Time http://www.frome.fm/ – just click on the LISTEN […]

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Limelight

Limelight Definition from Dictionary.com LIMELIGHT a : a stage lighting instrument producing illumination by means of an oxyhydrogen flame directed on a cylinder of lime and usually equipped with a lens to concentrate the light in a beam b : the white light produced by such an instrument Click on either of the images below […]

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The Tone… (3 of 3)

I09 Article: What Does it Mean When People say your Story’s Tone is Wrong? Wild Wild West (1999) First, let me say how excited I was to get to the theater to see this… and then my excitement slowly started to unravel. I have to say that I’m a huge fan of Old Tucson Studios […]

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The Tone… (2 of 3)

I09 Article: What Does it Mean When People say your Story’s Tone is Wrong? Tai Chi Zero (2012) From the moment I saw the poster, I had HIGH HOPES! When I went to the theater to see it… I was really happy. The look made sense… the wild creations of Steam Robots and other Machinery […]

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The Tone… (1 of 3)

I09 Article: What Does it Mean When People say your Story’s Tone is Wrong? I’ve had thoughts about this over time especially in regards to Steampunk. Those films that got it ‘right’ and those that weren’t quite… THERE. Of course, films, books, media… it’s all subjective. I might love it… you might hate it… or […]

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The Battle Cry of Freedom – two versions

With a song as memorable as “The Battle Cry of Freedom” it is easy to understand why each side of the conflict that we currently know as the Civil War – would want their own version of this rousing song. Written by George F. Root in 1862 as a rally song for the Union army, […]

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Hard Times Come Again No More – Stephen Foster

Published in 1864! Stephen Fosters song became an anthem to those in need of better times and a brighter outlook. Seemingly drawing together people of all economic groups in longing, using music as a common bond. Tis the song, the sigh of the weary… The lyrics are timeless and will most likely continue to be […]

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Tenting Tonight On The Old Campground

Written in 1863, by Walter Kittredge, this song was a favorite of Union soldiers We’re tenting tonight on the old camp ground, Give us a song to cheer Our weary hearts, a song of home And friends we love so dear. Chorus: Many are the hearts that are weary tonight, Wishing for the war to […]

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