After Beltran’s visit, some of my restrictions were lifted. I was not allowed to speak to Etude and had no idea where in the cavernous dungeons he was being held—the same dungeons where the Eye […]
Crows. I heard them before I saw them. “Get down!” Etude didn’t move. He stood in the bramble above the narrow river and watched the far shore as agents of The Winter Bureau walked in […]
Ignace-Gaston Pardies was a 17th century French Jesuit physical scientist known as an insightful critic of Newton’s early experiments on light and as one of the earliest proponents of a wave theory of light. Although […]
It’s never the theory that trips people. By now, anyone who’s spent a decent amount of time on the internet can explain confirmation bias, or Dunning-Kruger. Rather, it’s the application — not just what those […]
Given my well-documented love for doors, I of course have to share the work of Philip Byers of Fayetteville, AR, whose magic portals capture everything fantastical about thresholds. As I’ve said many times, every door […]
The rich sci-fi concept art of Allen Wei is just something you have to see on a big screen to appreciate. His detailed images of spaceships, megafactories, and alien temples seem almost like photographs. Find […]
Xi Zhang is a concept artist and illustrator from Beijing. Find more on her ArtStation page.
The bus pulled onto the shoulder to report the bleeder on the side of the highway. A car had clipped the man’s leg, which bent awkwardly to one side. His hands were frozen into fists […]