Because it turns out that I like having specific forums for specific pop culture obsessions, I maintain several different blogs, each devoted to different subjects. I call this the “Atomic Pulp Network,” because, like most writers, I’m pretentious and somewhat full of myself – when I’m not so insecure I can barely function. Here’s a directory to those sites.

My personal blog (well, they’re all personal, but this one has no specific theme) is Atomic Pulp & Other Meltdowns. This is where I write about my writing, my various pop culture obsessions (comics, sword & sorcery, pulp, B-movies) and, on occasion, my life.

The most popular of my blogs – by a large margin – is Space: 1970, which is devoted to the science fiction movies and television shows of my childhood (roughly 1968-1983), including Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Logan’s Run, Planet of the Apes, Space: 1999, etc. I review DVDs, write essays, post pictures of “space babes” of the era, wax nostalgic about old toys and comic books,and other odd bits of 1970s-era rarities.