In fiction writing, it is quite difficult to come up with a name for a group of people, whether they be a tribe, kingdom, nation or empire. Yet, even if you come up with a good name, the meaning of the name bares some consideration for culture-building within your fictional world (ie. when the named… Continue reading Crafting Names For Fictional Peoples By Geography & Ethnos
Audio reading of the the article, The Opposition Identity of the Anti-Tribe (Click on the highlighted section of the article title to read the article in its entirety). The reader did not wish for her identity to be publicized.
Pertinent First Questions. Much has been said about the current US President's proposed border wall, with opposition commentary generally running along the lines of, "A border wall is inherently racist!" Let us, from the start, dispense with such foolishness. Walls, no more than doors, columns or cornices, are in any cogently definable way classically "racist"… Continue reading Towards A Program of Great Works: The US-Mexican Border Wall