Path to villainhood; writer tools; the military using science fiction; and new book by Neom by Lavie Tidhar.
Fellow Frivolous! You've all been incredibly patient. It's been several week since we posted anything and we should explain why. If you followed our social accounts on Instagram or Twitter, you'll know the reason, but for those of you who've just joined us (thank you, BTW!), Frivolous has made some
Morning Fellow Frivolous! One thing to note before the topics of the day. I had a wonderful conversation with the rather prolific P.A. Cornell who’s debut novella, Lost Cargo is coming out *next week (*on the 12th to be exact). It’s a quick read with a straightforward
We by Yevgeny Zamyatin and the Paratwa Saga by Christopher Hinz; Orbital indie movie by Hashem Al-Ghaili; and a shout out to TimeMachiner.io
Helping writers with mental models and crafting their first page; The Grief Portal by Aun-Juli Riddle; and Nuclear Fusion.
Our first podcast lands on Friday July 15 - my conversation with Shingai Njeri Kagunda; James Webb Space Telescope images; reading more broadly, a cozy show in Midnight Diner on Netflix.
Suyi Davies Okungbowa's inaugural Fellowship awards; how to write dialogue; and why fiction and stories matter.
Meditative short stories by Yoon Ha Lee; Netflix & ChineseThree-Body Problem Adaptations; Thiomargarita Magnifica - the magnificent bacterium
Pride month films from DUST Films; In the Shadow of Lightning by Brian McClellan; and Strange Horizon's Kickstarter
Aurealis Award winners, Onyebuchi's newsletter, and strange blobs underneath our feet.