Keep it secret, keep it safe.
Are the best four Star Trek premieres actually good?
Some character deaths are gruesome while others are slapstick comedy.
There’s good Trek, there’s bad Trek, and there’s okay Trek.
No spec fic story is more iconic for optimism than Star Trek.
Sullivan's setting has lots of novelty, but bronze and copper swords don't work that way.
Sometimes you just need to up your power level.
If the throughline isn’t working, chances are good that little else is.
All hail the one true podcaster!
All too often, storytellers sacrifice their story's integrity for a short-lived surprise.
Sometimes you can just tell that the story you’re reading has come to a screeching halt.
For instance, you shouldn't need vague and unexplained magic to justify why people are fighting.
Castles, spaceships, and high tech cities are all great, but they can get a bit repetitive.
Like any moral panic, this one led to someplace dark.
Nothing good happens in an interlude.