GenCon

NanoJourno Update: Day 21

Well this is different:   That’s my TO DO board. It’s been full for 21 days and the things written at the top the last few days have always been: UFC Titanium Rain GenCon   Today, I wrote the outstanding blog posts about the excellent graphic novel Titanium Rain, the announcement of the first UFC

NanoJourno Update: Day 21

NanoJourno Update: Day 20

  Sometimes you get bogged down, and sometimes, ten metres away from the try line, you slow down. I used to get that a lot, I’d be passed the ball sprint and then…slow…I was already mentally across the line, already there and every single time that happened? SACKED. Dropped like third period French.   That

NanoJourno Update: Day 20

NanoJourno: Day 0

  As of tomorrow, I’m on NanoJourno time. As I talked about earlier in the month, I don’t want to do long form fiction because, for me, fiction is a zero sum game at the moment. So instead, and because much like MC Frontalot I remain bound for the high road even though it looks

NanoJourno: Day 0

GenCon: Go Team Morlock!

It’s entirely possible to spend four days here and not step outside. Not because you’re busy gaming, although God knows enough people are, but because Indianapolis is a town that’s looking to the stars. Or at least, to the second storey. The Convention Center, itself basically the size of every town I grew up in

GenCon: Go Team Morlock!

GenCon: Kickstarting the Con

A convention is always a landslide, a group of similarly interested people, companies and performers bouncing downhill in loose formation for however many days it takes for the goods to be sold, the lease to run out and the beer to run dry. Earlier today, someone tweeted:   GenCon’s in town. The whole of Central

GenCon: Kickstarting the Con

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