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The August Reboot Check-In

Near the beginning of June, someone asked me if I was planning to do any travel during the summer. “No, I’m staying home to write a book,” I said. “Oh? […]

i’m having trouble breathing in

One of the many delightful things about having Depression and Anxiety is occasionally and unexpectedly feeling like the whole goddamn world is a heavy lead blanket, like that thing they put […]

Because you asked: some thoughts on Star Trek Beyond

I was asked on my Tumblr thing what I thought about it, because I didn’t like the trailer at all (I said something like “I just saw this trailer for […]

we shone like the sun

I opened the window in my office, and moved my desk next to it. It’s hot outside, but there’s a gentle breeze that cools the air just enough to be […]

a little boat looking for a harbor

It was Friday afternoon. My manager called me and said he was sending me audition sides for a meeting that would happen Monday or Tuesday. He told me about the […]

the pretentious bullshit collection (selections)

I’ve been doing this stupid and amusing thing on my Instagram for a few months, called The Pretentious Bullshit Collection. For example: And: Or: So you get the idea, right? […]

cough sneeze cough cough cough itch

Either something in our air is poking my allergies with a pollen-covered stick, or I’m coming down with some sort of stupid summer cold. Either way, I’m am SO OVER having […]

Happy Friday. Here’s a Meerkat!

This was a good week for me. I got a lot of creative work done, including almost 10,000 words on a short story that keeps getting longer and is more […]

in which i am, again, easily amused.

I ran hard yesterday, and if a stupid cramp in my side hadn’t made me walk the last 800 or so meters, I would have done 5K in under 30 […]

Trump’s reckless “second amendment” comment isn’t just a threat to Secretary Clinton

I wrote this yesterday. Since it was published, I’ve read a lot of columns from people who had the same thoughts I did, more or less, with one significant difference: […]

soothes the soul and calms the pain

I have a private journal that I use to track stuff in my life. It really helps me maintain perspective and is super useful for those times my depression is […]

here I dreamt I was an architect

I was talking with a friend last night, who is a fantastically talented and successful actor. We are both in our 40s, and we can’t seem to get our careers — […]

It’s my 44th Birthday. Time for a check-in.

Today, I complete my 44th trip around the Sun. It’s only taken me a little over 16,000 days, so my pace is pretty solid. Most birthdays since I turned 30 have […]

a truck paper rhino

This thing I’m working on has lived in my head for about a year, so it’s kind of stale and not as interesting to me as it was when I […]

Some thoughts on the election

A couple of questions have come into my Tumblr ASK thingy recently. If you’re interested in what I’m thinking about the election, keep reading. If not, please enjoy this picture I […]

broadcasting on the deep space network

This is another one of those visual background noise things I like to make. I used some public domain moving images that I found at Internet Archive, did a bunch […]

My Keynote Address to the 2016 Mensa Annual Gathering

This is a slightly edited copy of my prepared remarks for the Mensa Annual Gathering. These remarks are meant to be heard and performed, so some of the nuance may be lost […]

I’ve been busy. Here’s Marlowe.

I hope your summer is going well. Mine’s been busy, in a good way.

Not because it is easy, but because it is hard.

Doing the reboot check-in a little early this month, because I’m going to be too busy at the end of the month to do it then. So last time, the big […]

The Magician’s Path

  I’m taking a little victory lap here, because I just finished the second draft on a short story that I’ve been mucking about with for a long time. It’s no long […]

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