Posts tagged hamlet

Being Complacent With Failure?

Those aren't tears! That's life lubricant!

June 8, 2012 If there’s one surefire way to get me utterly mad at you, it’s to tell me “Everything happens for a reason” right after something bad happens. Of course everything happens for a reason. It’s cause and effect. Things don’t happen without a reason. If they did, it would mean physics themselves had […]

Why Plagiarism is Good 2: The Return

If you squint, you can almost see the public domain rights.

November 16, 2011 As I work on the next Charcoal Streets story and edit the manuscript, I can’t help but wonder at the morality of borrowing characters, ideas, even entire storylines. Every writer’s done it. House? It’s Sherlock Holmes in a hospital. Lion King? It’s pretty much Hamlet with animals. Even my beloved Batman is […]

Why Plagiarism is Good

Why Plagiarism is Good

January 19, 2011 Have you ever read the sequel to Macbeth? No? It’s really cool. The witches resurrect everyone at Hecate’s order in order to have them work out their differences at a lavish, magical banquet. What about the stunning trilogy set after the events of “The Call of Cthulhu” wherein the narrator tracks down […]

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