Reading Room

THE THINKY THINGS HAVE FRIENDS

Forcing Change A journal of international politics, economics and religion

The AreopagusPhilosophy, theology and interactive exchange of ideas

Contend 4 The FaithCultural issues, apologetics, and a finger on the pulse of popular Christian reading

Daylight Atheism | Aiming a critical eye at religion

The Warfare is Mental | Aiming a critical eye at non-religion

SPECULATIVE FICTION ONLINE

Time for Some Derring-Do

Digital Dragon |   Quality, family-friendly speculative and fantasy

Mindflights  | sci-fi/fantasy, in means that respect traditional values.

Ray Gun Revival  | Swashbuckling classic-style space fiction

Residential AliensSpeculative Fiction from the Seven Stars

Wayfarer’s Journal  | Sci-Fi with a spiritual, ethical, moral dimension
“…they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.” Hebrews 11:13

Monday’s Muse

Particularly delightful stories from these realms, reviewed and linked here at Sc > Sc.

I only review when something’s particularly unique or compelling to me, and when I’ve had time to go about reading in the first place. It’s a short list, but an interesting one.

FICTIONAL FOLK

Grace Bridges, science fiction

Valerie Comer, contemporary

Violet Nesdoly, poetry and more

MORE CREATIVE TYPES

Heather Young, visual artist

Andy Stone, musician

The Stott Family: with photography, paintings and pottery

AT HOME AND IN THE FIELDS

Burns Best Farm

ChristianUnschooling.com

Hedgerow Ways and Fireside Days

Roscommon Acres

Shanan Trail

WEBCOMICS

DM of the Rings
A Shamus Young Travesty

Lord of the Rings is more or less the foundation of modern D&D. The latter rose from the former, although the two are now so estranged that to reunite them would be an act of savage madness.

Yeah, let’s do that.

Chainmail Bikini

A D&D Parody webcomic by Shamus Young and Shawn Gaston. With epic titles like “The Forces of Stuff I Found in my Desk,” you can’t afford to miss it.