Merry July 4th to all my especially free friends, and to everyone else: hope you had a good Monday. We've got a bit of good stuff for you today, including a rare and elusive author spotlight! Let's start off with some of the most American music there is. I am talking, of course, about UTOPIAN … Continue reading Freedom, a lot of Food, and WASP ATTACKS NO NO NO NONONONO (July ’22 update)
*Audience applauds as I wring the rainwater out of my suit* Oh, hey there, everyone! It's time for the monthly email update! But first, it's time for some JAZZ FUSION: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qw7vOfDLBiQ Easily one of the most underappreciated genres in comparison to its level of advancement, Jazz Fusion (which itself has become a wildly-broad genre label) … Continue reading April! Wow, Spring feels like it’s finally he-bhbbhbhbbbbb *GASP* Where did all this RAIN come from?! (The April 2022 Update)
The Hardcore Holidayoff (AKA All All's Eve) Kell Inkston I For Magic Minion, it's a witch hat kind of evening. She could feel it days ago, shifting their way over in Woods Tower. The oak and maple, the spruce and the fir each sang their song separately, some began to turn, and others just began … Continue reading The Hardcore Holidayoff AKA: All All’s Eve
Here's a nice long one to cool down with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jYyhGX86Qg Now then, it's going to be a bit of a different one this time: A big fat reflection on what the heck I've been doing for the past twelve years - I feel like I've finally figured it out, reader. Congratulations to myself, and congratulations … Continue reading The July 2021 Update
First, some truly lovely music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKASDDMEPx4&t=385s Eastshade is a recently-released game about painting various things for animals - what a novel concept! It's exceptionally calm, captivating, and satisfying. I played it on a curious fluke, but I can assure you it's a grand time for anyone looking for an immersive, combat-free experience. Also, as I … Continue reading Wrecked, bedraggled, and utterly slammed by The Great Entropy, The Last Analyst continues boldly forward to bring fiction to the weeping masses (Or, the Delirious December 2020 update)
Hello, most beloved and trusted accomplices of fiction! Let's start out with some m u s i c! I'm going to give you all something a little weirder on the menu today: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IV6FgO1ypbs I don't know much about the most recent anime, but I sure like their soundtracks! This particular culprit is from "Kabaneri of … Continue reading From the Torn Horizon, the well-cursed sun burns into the four lenses of one lone soul, marching onward with everlas- oh, scratch that then. It’s the Juicy January update!
1. “And here we are, Space Gate SouthWest!” the tour lady presents using one of her six porcelain hands to slow the trolley to a halt. The cart of nineteen tourists would have all rolled out an impressed “Oooh!” at the incredible sight before them: a miles-long entertainment plaza contained in the perfectly controlled interstellar … Continue reading The Killer Shopping Spree – a Short Story
Haha, well the time sure has been moving fast, hasn't it? Well I'm here to let you know that it's time to start relaxing for the holidays and get comfy from wherever you are. Let's start with a some truly on-fire neo-classical by one of my very favorite living composers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cFPrTZPAlY So-often overlooked, yet always … Continue reading Beyond all competitors, over all challenges, only The Analyst remained standing upon that great rock of d- Wait, whooooa wait… is it Winter ALREADY?! (The Deathly December Update)
It’s a typical day at His Inexorable Immensity’s Invasion Tower: the power torches burning hot and heavy as they burn a metric ton of astral coal every minute. The overcast sky pulls on for miles over the swamp where the lanterns amidst the gray silhouette of a frog-village twinkle cozily in the distance. It’s in … Continue reading Kingsday Gifts – A Short Story
Readers, As always, let's start with some good music. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZDiaRZy0Ak I've heard that Ravel thought he was going mad writing this piece, as he couldn't move past the same set of bars repeating over and over. Of course now we have the genre of "minimalist music" that capitalizes on this trait, but back in his … Continue reading Strewn without mercy by THE HIDEOUS DEADLINE, one analyst is forced to forgo all morals and safety to survi- Oh, wait no, just the “Nasty November” Update.