We’re headed to San Diego this weekend to bring you some awesome signed books. Co-author best friend and I will be chilling out Thursday at the Mysterious Galaxy Booth, No. 1119. Come by at 3 p.m. for a signed copy of “The Space Hero’s Guide to Glory” or “So You Created a Wormhole” and a […]
We’re signing at 1 p.m. Saturday at Mysterious Galaxy’s booth, no. 368!
Neighborhoods in horror film It Follows look exactly like some of those in which I grew up, and if the movie nails anything, it’s nails the sense of Metro Detroit.
Come get a signed copy of “The Space Hero’s Guide to Glory” at WonderCon 2015. You can have astronaut ice cream too.
It doesn’t happen often, but every now and again the Oxford Comma discussion pops up in my Twitter feed. And every now and again, I admit to having no love for the optional serial comma that precedes the word “and” in a list of three or more objects. This promptly outs me to the rest […]
As I attempt to stay active in the realm of creating stuff and talking about things, I’ve been doing some video game streaming on Twitch and posting the videos on YouTube. With the recent attention on Alien again thanks to Neill Blomkamp, I replayed Alien: Isolation for the third time.
Not too long into exploring the Baron von Locked Door Mansion Spencer Mansion, players come across the room belonging to the mansion’s animal keeper, and a journal that includes what’s probably the game’s best writing.
So we’re just over a month past the release of “The Space Hero’s Guide to Glory,” and I thought I’d try something new from a promotional standpoint: a bit of interactive fiction called “Kobayanshi Marooned,” made in the platform Twine. You can download it now from itch.io for free. http://philhornshaw.itch.io/kobayanshi-marooned
So ALIEN 5 (I like to call it Alien S-2 since it seems to be an Aliens sequel) is apparently on its way from District 9 director Neill Blomkamp, and all indications suggest it’s going to put some strange pressures to the already twisted canon storyline of the Alien franchise.
Age 14 was about the height of my love for video games, and at the time nothing seemed more amazing for a fan of games than the yearly Electronic Entertainment Expo. E3 was always one of the craziest things about which to read — or more accurately, of which to see photos in glossy gaming […]