There’s been this trend of late, blaming this generation or that for all the world’s problems — “Boomers destroyed the economy!””Millennials are killing [everything]!” “Gen Xers all want participation trophies!” — and that’s not what this post is about. What it is about is recognizing and appreciating the influences and factors that contribute to some of the trends and attitudes associated with certain generations, and pointing out why some of those generational groupings may be too broad and/or inaccurate.
In which I achieve a couple of minor bookscouting victories.
Here we go!
A few advertising don’ts and don’ts, at least if I’m your target.
Some years back, Scott Shaw!’s column on CBG covered a bizarre-sounding story in which a teenage psi spy battles a psionic T. rex for the fate of the world. It …
A few years ago, a bunch of Croatian comics artists created a bunch of spoof-like strips as a tribute to their pal, Goran Parlov, called Parlight Starlov – and now it’s lovely, a bona-fide book.
This week, the internet remembered Yvonne Craig on what would have been her 82nd birthday. I’m no exception.