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Backstory Notes For The Science-Fiction Novel About The Neanderthal Diaspora
Posted in Fiction on Jan 25, 2021 — 238 reads, 1 comment
More Bad Thoughts In Print From The Crackpot Suppression Archive
Posted in Harm City on Jan 25, 2021 — 237 reads
The Curious Afterlife Of Dandelion Machi
Posted in Fiction on Jan 22, 2021 — 242 reads
Considering Suicide
Posted in Blog on Jan 21, 2021 — 457 reads, 4 comments
Science-Fiction Notes On Life In Polytheistic America
Posted in Fiction on Jan 18, 2021 — 375 reads
Four Overton Railroad Drafts In Print... I Spit You Not
Posted in Blog on Jan 8, 2021 — 320 reads
#5 Science-Fiction Predictions: The Face Of Post-Human America: 2030-33
Posted in Fiction on Jan 8, 2021 — 394 reads, 1 comment
Why Conservatism Is A Trap And Patriotism Is A Lie In The Realistic Science Fiction Setting
Posted in Fiction on Jan 7, 2021 — 549 reads
A Crackpot Completion Report With Goals For 2021
Posted in Blog on Jan 1, 2021 — 305 reads
Happy New Year And Thank You
Posted in Blog on Dec 31, 2020 — 300 reads
#4 Science-Fiction Predictions: Ritualized Social Control: 2025-29
Posted in Fiction on Dec 31, 2020 — 328 reads, 1 comment
Missive To The Message Board
Posted in Blog on Dec 30, 2020 — 415 reads, 2 comments
On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft By Stephen King
Posted in Blog on Dec 26, 2020 — 438 reads, 1 comment
Addressing The Editorial Angel Of The Bored
Posted in Blog on Dec 24, 2020 — 413 reads, 1 comment
Dear Readers, The Cracked Pottery Needs A Hand
Posted in Blog on Dec 24, 2020 — 355 reads, 1 comment
Science-Fiction Musings On The Possibilities Of Life Within The Machine: 12/2-22/202
Posted in Blog on Dec 22, 2020 — 225 reads
12/22/20
Posted in Blog on Dec 22, 2020 — 352 reads, 3 comments
Devil Dick And The Crackpot Discuss Urban Futures
Posted in Fiction on Dec 20, 2020 — 341 reads, 1 comment
12/20/20
Posted in Blog on Dec 20, 2020 — 341 reads
A Science-Fiction Novella
Posted in Fiction on Dec 19, 2020 — 205 reads
The Silverback Hoodrat Is Safe Among The Yeti
Posted in Fiction on Dec 17, 2020 — 412 reads
A Church Lady Asks Why The Crackpot Eschews The Latest Greatest Translations Of The World’s Most Read Book
Posted in Histories on Dec 15, 2020 — 452 reads, 5 comments
#2 Science Fiction Conditions: Prequel 2020
Posted in Fiction on Dec 9, 2020 — 373 reads, 2 comments
Ethan Wants To Know Why The Crackpot Practices Cultural Appropriation
Posted in Fiction on Dec 7, 2020 — 379 reads, 2 comments
How Do You Do It? Asks Ethan
Posted in Blog on Dec 4, 2020 — 321 reads
Posted in Blog on Dec 1, 2020 — 222 reads
Ivory Silverback Hoodrat Migratory Notice 11/26/20
Posted in Blog on Nov 26, 2020 — 650 reads
The Crackpot's Curator Reviews A Couple Weeks Worth Of Posts
Posted in Blog on Nov 23, 2020 — 357 reads, 1 comment
The Nine Quixotic Crimes Of Alias Dox And Tones
Posted in Fiction on Nov 22, 2020 — 231 reads
Victorian Horror In Dystopian Portland
Posted in Fiction on Nov 20, 2020 — 370 reads
Brent Askins Wants To Know How The Hobo Stays Fit: Part 2 Of 2
Posted in Blog on Nov 16, 2020 — 324 reads
Taking The Weekend Off To Complete A Real Fiction
Posted in Fiction on Nov 13, 2020 — 249 reads
Itty Bitty Fliporita From B.S.-Universe Publishing Asks
Posted in Blog on Nov 13, 2020 — 261 reads
Brent Askins Wants To Know How The Bum Organizes His Work
Posted in Blog on Nov 12, 2020 — 241 reads
8/11/2020 8:40 P.M.
Posted in Blog on Nov 10, 2020 — 378 reads
Completed Search For An American Spartacus On 11/7/20 Almost Midnight
Posted in Histories on Nov 8, 2020 — 334 reads, 1 comment
The Weekend Of 11/7-8/2020
Posted in Histories on Nov 6, 2020 — 381 reads, 1 comment
Posted in Blog on Nov 2, 2020 — 107 reads
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