Dateline: Anastasia Klimchynskaya
My mind rebels at stagnation. Like that of Sherlock Holmes, it is always racing like an engine - with the result of severe and prolonged cases of word-vomiting, which generally result in the things you will read. When not writing and overthinking things, I tend to be busy obsessing over them.
Supernatural's reached enough seasons that it's time to think back, reminisce, and publish pretty companion tomes. Like this one.
A chat about the original Doyle stories and why we're so interested in writing about his great creation.
It started as a small cult show and ended as a success. And now we celebrate.
The great Victorian detective investigates another famous literary figure from his time as two literary classics collide.
The musical mastermind behind Kripke's new show Revolution chats about music and storytelling.
After a hellish hiatus of several months, the show's back with an episode packed full of potential.
Theorizing, summarizing, and a bit of worrying, seven days before the premiere.
The wit and wisdom of philosopher-comedian Tim Minchin, preserved in a handy CD/DVD set.
Another day at Worldcon, with science and art and fiction galore and a discussion of how much science science fiction needs.
A magician should never reveal his tricks, they say. Well, this one does, and the stories he's conjured up are all the better for it.