My 2005 Spider-Man novel Down These Mean Streets will be released in audio, and Blizzard has reissued my 2010 StarCraft manga Ghost Academy.
Friday fanfare: "Italian Christmastime."
I get my hot-offa-da-presses copy of Animal, the thriller I wrote with Dr. Munish K. Batra.
I did a Q&A on superhero movies as one of Dragon Con's American Sci-Fi Classics Track's "Quarantine Panels," along with Joe Crowe and Gary Mitchel.
A money-saving tip for cat owners.
Midweek music: "A Christmas Carol" by Tom Lehrer.
Friday fanfare: "New York State of Mind" by Billy Joel on the one-year anniversary of my seeing him in concert.
Dave Galanter, RIP.
Paul Semel interviews me about Animal.
My Sunday feeling on the impending holiday, a weekend full of Zoom gatherings, putting up our tree, and more.
The traditional winter solstice posting of Susan Cooper's poem "The Shortest Day."
43 years of Christmas Eve (kind of).
What I put on my Patreon between mid-November and late December.
Stuff what I wrote in 2020.
Star Trek has put out its 800th installment!
Happy New Year!
A look back at 2020, primarily at the positives, even though the negatives were, um, a lot.
Happy book birthday to Animal!
The compleat bibliography of Keith R.A. DeCandido.
KRAD COVID readings:
"Unguarded" from Horns and Halos, "The Fall of Iaron" from the Dragon Precinct universe, "A Child's Christmas in Wales" by Dylan Thomas, and Star Trek: S.C.E.: Fatal Error Part 1. Plus an announcement on the 2021 plan for the channel.
Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch:
"The Killing Game" Part 1 and Part 2, "Vis à Vis," "The Omega Directive," Unforgettable," "Living Witness," and "Demon." I also posted highlights from the year's Voyager Rewatch posts, covering season one, season two, season three, and what I did of season four.
Star Trek: Discovery reviews:
"The Sanctuary," "Terra Firma" Part 1 and Part 2, "Su'Kal," and "There is a Tide..."
4-Color to 35-Millimeter: The Great Superhero Movie Rewatch:
The Old Guard and The New Mutants.