I'm trying to read 104 books this year. Here are some thoughts about the ones I read over the last two weeks: Artificial Condition, Why I Write, God Lives in St. Petersburg, The Hobbit, and Reform or Revolution.
In between our Big Reads, Joel and I have also decided to do the occasional Small Read, and our first Small Read is Peter Moskos' In Defense of Flogging, which is exactly what it says on the tin. Go here if you'd like to listen to it, and it's also available on iTunes and Google Podcasts … Continue reading New Podcast Episode: The Small Read Cast
In preparation for the Oscars, Erin and I watched Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri last night, and, uh, well.
Thrilled to announce the first episode of my new podcast with my good friend Joel: The Big Read Cast, where we read through big ol' books (500+ pages) and then use them as a springboard for talking about all kinds of things. We intend to update quarterly, and our first episode is available right now … Continue reading New Podcast: The Big Read Cast
Hello! With 2017 coming to an end, I figured I should put together a short list of what I wrote this year, and briefly mention what I'm hoping to write going forward, now that I'm actually a lawyer and no longer a law student and thus have less time for this sort of thing than … Continue reading Things I Wrote in 2017
I have a new article out for Unwinnable Monthly, this one about the weird politics of Mass Effect's SPECTRE Program!
I have a new post up at The Ontological Geek, about what it's like to play Devil Daggers. I've only written two articles in the WILTP format (the other one is here, on Crypt of the NecroDancer) but I very much enjoy writing in that style. It's a great challenge to try to break down a videogame … Continue reading New Post Up at The Ontological Geek: What It’s Like To Play Devil Daggers