J.J.S. Boyce is a freelance writer and science teacher. He tries to use both sides of his brain regularly, but will probably never know enough opera to be a Jeopardy! champion. His work can be found all over the place.
Complete sheet music for 28 Radiohead favourites.
Space opera from the land of the rising sun.
Pretty but pointless.
An author's first book was written at a time Japanese fantasy fiction did not exist. Does it survive translation?
An instant classic of the "ultra-hard platformer" genre?
EA Sports' newest title hopes to make your gym membership obsolete.
A modern-day Marlowe makes his debut.
Is it possible to separate the art from the artist? Does supporting the work mean condoning the creator?