September 30, 2010: The Masked Superteam Answers Your Questions! Lou Anders! Matthew Sturges! James Maxey! Paul Cornell! Daryl Gregory! Gail Simone! Mark Chadbourn! Marjorie M. Liu! And yours truly!

It's finally here!  Nine authors and their tireless editor answer your questions about the Masked superhero-themed anthology, comic books, and writing in general. We've got quite a team here.  One could go so far as to call them a "super team".  And it strikes me that members of this literary superteam have some pretty obvious comic…

September 16, 2010: More super-secret Stargate: Universe season two set pics! Stargate links!

Less than two weeks until the SGU second season premiere!  That's Tuesday, September 28th at 9:00 p.m. on SyFy for those in the U.S., and Friday, October 1st at 10:00 p.m. (ET) on Space for those in Canada.  Steve is madly working on that Superfantastic Stargate Trailer to End All Trailers - We're aiming to…

September 14, 2010: Actress Jennifer Spence Answers Your Questions! Masked!

I got a sneak peek at the Stargate: Universe season two trailer this afternoon and it's - well - is "crazysuperfantastic" a word?  Steve has done an incredible job and I can't wait for you guys to check it out.  I'm still aiming for the week prior to the SGU second season premiere (Tuesday, September…

August 4, 2010: Author Matthew Sturges stops in! Another SGU season 2 tease! More from the Atlantis archives!

Story placement is all-important when assembling an anthology.  You want that first tale to really grab the reader, engage them, and ultimately leave them with a deep impression, the kind that remains long after the story has been read, sort of like the lingering flavors of a fine wine or the bruise bestowed upon an…

August 2, 2010: Masked musings! Upcoming guests! A Stargate: Universe season 2 tease of things to come! Stargate: Atlantis behind the scenes! And sundry others!

When editor Lou Anders first approached me about the possibility of contributing a short story to his upcoming superhero-themed anthology, I was admittedly leery.  Having spent my entire career scripting for television, the prospect of producing my first work of short fiction was - well - daunting.  I considered Lou's offer, went back and forth…