When gays started getting married in droves some years back, there was much discussion of how this would solve all of our collective problems. HIV/AIDS, cheating spouses, promiscuity would all disappear or so we were lead to believe. With enough courage and the claiming of very understandable rights, we would all get the benefits of… Read More »
Admit it. You’ve heard every story your signinficant other has told at least 20 times. And now they’re telling it again. You smile, nod and pray that a life-destroying comet is heading directly for your house. Or maybe a plague of locusts. Anything that would prevent this tale from being told yet again. I get… Read More »
Although Octavia Butler left us way too soon and Rod Serling and Toni Morrison have yet to create an artistic heir, Daryl T. Sturgis’ Solstice Macaffey, the protagonist in his first novel, Solstice has come to save the day.