Voices of a Distant Star (ほしのこえ) is a science-fiction coming-of-age short anime film by Makoto Shinkai. It follows two friends who stay in communication via e-mail for years and years, even after one of them joins a space military force and travels many lightyears away.
Living your life for someone else is exhausting, and when you spent your entire existence doing it, it can also feel like you’re being unfaithful or even an imposter when you make efforts to do something for yourself. So how the hell do can you be yourself without sacrificing the happiness of others? Here’s the magic trick:
Did You Hear What Eddie Gein Done? by Harold Schechter and Eric Powell is a true crime, biographical graphic novel telling of the life and morbid legacy of serial killer and cannibalist Edward Gein. The book dropped last August and I had been dying to get my hands on it since then. Luckily, my library hold finally came through and after being completely enthralled by the story in a single sitting,
On Wednesday July 27th, I released a short story (also known as a piece of micro fiction) over on Amazon, called Executive Order 786. It’s an eBook and it’s an alternate recent history tale in the first person point-of-view of an unnamed nonbinary individual.