The Walking Dead – S9E7 ‘Stradivarius’ – Makes a Case For Art and Community as a Defense Against the Threat of Primal Danger and Violence

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7h_G37CRQ-4 Getting back into watching some of the shows I've loved, but fallen away from. Watched an episode of 'Better Call Saul' (I finished Breaking Bad, of course) and that show is continually brilliant. I checked out a crazy episode of Deep Space Nine S2E14 'Whispers' - Great self-encapsulated story with a cyberpunk angle. And … Continue reading The Walking Dead – S9E7 ‘Stradivarius’ – Makes a Case For Art and Community as a Defense Against the Threat of Primal Danger and Violence

Not Planning to Watch ‘Don’t Look Up’ – the Climate Change Movie Couched in an Asteroid Disaster Flick, But I Am Curious to Know What Kind of Ending they Gave It

What kind of ending can you possibly put on a Hollywood film that is a statement about how people tend to deny reality when faced with death, disaster, and uncomfortable truth? This is your bread and butter, my dudes. This is what you do. Arguably, the purpose of art is to distract from reality. Not … Continue reading Not Planning to Watch ‘Don’t Look Up’ – the Climate Change Movie Couched in an Asteroid Disaster Flick, But I Am Curious to Know What Kind of Ending they Gave It

Check Out My PenPal’s Recently Published Work, “Only in Legend” A Short Fiction by Jennifer Patino

“Story says we follow it,” Jamie’s voice was monotone. “Come on,” David whined. “That’s enough proof for me.” “You said we were in this together!” cried Jamie. READ “Only in Legend” by Jennifer Patino AT THE CHAMBER MAGAZINE