Help me Lobby Against Betsy DeVos

Normally, I don’t bring up politics here. The few times I have, it’s been fairly clear I would like our elected officials to represent the peoples’ will and not their personal ideologies. I’ve also pushed for them to actually be in session more days out of the year. Today, I change that by talking about Betsy DeVos. On Tuesday, she returns to Congress for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions for the vote on her candidacy to […]

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Tales from the Forbidden Zone is out Today

Today is the book birthday for Planet of the Apes: Tales from the Forbidden Zone. I’m incredibly pleased with how well my story turned out and feel I am in some most excellent company. As it says over at Amazon: The 1968 Planet of the Apes film has inspired generations of authors. Now a who’s who of modern writers produces sixteen all-new tales, exclusive to this volume, set in the world of the original films and television series. Dan Abnett […]

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A Delay to Professorhood

When I took my first steps on the path to becoming a teacher, I needed to round out my undergraduate load with a handful of classes. I wound up taking several online and others at nearby Housatonic Community College. It was my first exposure to adjunct professors, the underpaid, overworked people who grabbed as many classes to teach as was practical so the sum total of their income proved viable. Some became road warriors, shuttling from one school to another, […]

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