The Fault In Ourselves

February 4, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

I find it amusing to notice how a lot of writers and critics like to talk about the literary fashions of the day as though they are eternal truths rather than today’s fads. In the […]


Pure Energy

February 1, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

I’ve been thinking lately about why science-fiction seems to be very enamored with the Gnosticist flavor of mind-body duality. Star Trek and Star Wars popularized an idea that seems to have been old since at least Childhood’s End in […]


Dear Stabby: Addicted To Good

January 28, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

Dear Stabby, No matter how hard I try, I can’t seem to get my patient to stop practicing virtue! She’s just obsessed with doing good! As a child, she was nauseatingly obedient to her parents.  […]


The Challenge Of The Grind

January 11, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

Grinding. Can’t count the number of times I’ve heard gamers complain about grinding, that moment when the game becomes more of a chore than a form of fun, trying to rack up more and more […]


How Not To Pace Your Fiction

January 9, 2019 Scott Huggins 0

So, as I mentioned earlier, last year I got to spend most of the fall semester teaching a group of high school students the basics of fiction writing. I want to talk about the story […]