CatholicReads.com released their best of 2019 list, and while no one’s surprised to find John C. Wright on the scifi list, Ann Margaret Lewis’s Warrior of Kizan made the cut, too. I haven’t had the pleasure of reading Warrior yet, but it’s not small praise
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I didn’t want to review Rise of the Skywalker right after I saw it for a number of reasons. I am, in general, pretty generous to things that I just saw and didn’t absolutely hate, with my
Dorothy Fontana isn’t quite the household name that Gene Roddenberry is, but if you watch enough pre-2000 scifi, you’ll discover that there’s a subtle and pleasant flavor to certain episodes, here and there. For me, it always tastes like the original Star
I want to say that everyone does an Amish episode sooner or later, but I it’s surprisingly hard to turn up a list of “Amish TV episodes.” (Thanks a lot, TLC.) There was
I’d like to say I have a long history with Star Wars, but frankly, we all do at this point. It’s not even really nerd-culture anymore, but just a cultural touchstone. Maybe it’s
This post was originally published Nov. 1, 2016.
Recent discoveries have made me a little more adventurous with my audiobooks: Rather than shelling out for an audible subscription and trying to find the longest books I can to get the bang for my buck, it turns out