Tag Archives: humor

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The Day That Never Comes, by Caimh McDonnell (40:00)

Today we see that the flashforward is more like a blaster than a lightsaber: not the most elegant or civilized weapon in the author’s armory, but in the right hands it does the job. We also learn that funny is good, so please send Bryce more funny books.

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Book Simulator, by Chris Yee (40:00)

Today we learn the art of the long con. And we’re thoroughly delighted to be conned.

A Short Film Collaboration

I love to explore different kinds of media, and one of my favorites is animation. I’ve always been a bit of an animation junkie, and even worked in the field…

Robots Vs. Fake Robots: And Other One Act Plays, by David Largman Murray (7:18)

Today we see that a story doesn’t have to be conventional to hold a reader’s interest; but it does have to be clear.

Strawman Made Steel, by Brett Adams (15:57)

Today we see that drama and a strong character can overshadow a recurring problem, but not forever.