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Nathan M. Farrugia ⚡

you should all be watching Stranger Things on Netflix right now because it is excellent
This week, Amazon recommended I buy my own new books and cat litter. (I don’t even have a cat.)
Not sure how a tweet search on “helix series” gives you images of proud, throbbing erections but that just happened to me on a crowded tram🚃
If you’re an author wanting to self-publish or a publisher wanting to leave 1990, @joelnaoum is your shiny expert:
Our GHOSTBUSTERS review is live and surely not at all controversial to anyone!…
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Look at these childhoods that have been ruined!
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Here is a quote from an interview with the writer of Batman vs Superman. It all makes sense now.
was going to make a joke about Batman vs Supes being written by the writer of Call of Duty: Black Ops. I CANNOT EVEN
the sooner we get editorial out of Word, the better
the best part is when you expand a comment and the Reviewing Pane thrusts open, slowing everything to a crawl so you can’t even type
words cannot convey how much I hate Microsoft Word
and Nasira driving a Mustang through several Las Vegas casinos. Which is how you should experience Las Vegas, really.
this episode features Sophia fighting an operative in a Berlin nightclub using nothing but a Hitachi Magic Wand
HELIX: Episode 2 is out! On 💥 all 💥 the 💥 platforms. More info over at my web page thinhelixseries.comEH38
Fargo: True Fake Stories | a look at the layers of reality & meaning of stories in Fargo -…
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as usual, I didn’t know this was happening until Professor Genre (@hildebrandburke) told me… Stranger Things trailer
there should be some kind of National Dog and before any politician gets sworn into office we have to see how the dog reacts to them
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... split across two tweets because the video's too long for Twitter. [2/2]
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Here's a story I heard about James Bond... [1/2]
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is an inherently ridiculous logic to determine what people should read.
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But privileging stories over their superficial features rather than the quality of the actual story
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All literature is just good stories that last.
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This diversity of stories is fundamental to our culture. And its fundamental that we encourage it.
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generating a culture of those stories in the first place? Are we too afraid of the sincerity of genre that we seek comfort in criticism?
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Why are we content to write endless thinkpiece and university papers about Buffy and the like, but turn away from actually
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(same applies to calling horror “dark fiction” or fantasy “magical realism”)
I dunno, but if you’re concealing your genres by adopting an ambiguous, pretentious label, maybe your insincerity is the real issue 🎃🔮🚀
that people call it “speculative fiction” rather than the actual genres…
"please briefly describe your dream job"
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*retreats to unpopular corner*
and now I feel better for not liking The Force Awakens, even though I really wanted to.
the thing Hollywood is the worst at: writing. (from @FilmCritHULK’s AMA)
new teaser for Westworld is a heady concoction of Leone, Ex Machina and - strangely enough - Shakespeare:
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Some of us, as guests of the upcoming Supanova convention, wanted to release a statement because #LoveisLove
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If you haven’t read it yet, a) shame on you b) here is the first book:…
YES the long awaited third book in Nina D’Aleo’s series is here - a masterful SF & F blend…
just posted the first chapter of HELIX over at the lovingly redesigned @tablopublishing…
Just make yourself at home, Tippy.
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