Index: Garwulf’s Corner


Garwulf’s Corner Columns:

Full column listing:

  1. Harlan Ellison, Diablo, and Insomnia—October 31, 2000
  2. The Royal Circlet and the Hacker—November 14, 2000
  3. Revelations from the Exorcist—November 30, 2000
  4. Films for the Diablo Fan—December 11, 2000
  5. Millennial Thoughts—December 29, 2000
  6. Walking with the Dead—January 8, 2001
  7. Emails from the Edge—January 22, 2001
  8. I am NOT Harlan Ellison—February 5, 2001
  9. Staring at the Top Rung—February 19, 2001
  10. Cutting Through the Dung Pile—March 5, 2001
  11. Changing the Guard—March 19, 2001
  12. The Devil in the Details—April 3, 2001
  13. Hackers at the Gate—April 17, 2001
  14. More Emails from the Edge—May 1, 2001
  15. Through a Glass, Demonically—May 14, 2001
  16. Small Matters—May 28, 2001
  17. Books for the Diablo Fan—June 12, 2001
  18. Shades of Grey—June 26, 2001
  19. Back to the Beginning—July 12, 2001
  20. Touching Darkness—July 26, 2001
  21. Emails from the Edge, the Third—August 13, 2001
  22. Once Upon a Time—August 27, 2001
  23. Special Disaster Edition—September 11, 2001
  24. Coming of Age—September 25, 2001
  25. Ask Garwulf—October 8, 2001
  26. One Year Anniversary—October 23, 2001
  27. Baal’s Friend, and Other Stories—November 8, 2001
  28. Emails From the Edge Goes Forth—November 26, 2001
  29. Will You Be Eating That Ration?—December 10, 2001
  30. Language, Language—December 26, 2001
  31. A Matter of Habit—January 7, 2002
  32. Real Sticks and Stones—January 21, 2002
  33. One Film To Rule Them All—February 4, 2002
  34. Is Diablo Dead?—February 18, 2002
  35. Emails from the Edge: V—March 3, 2002
  36. A Question of Rights—March 17, 2002
  37. A Glance at the Other Side—April 1, 2002
  38. Having the Edge—April 15, 2002
  39. The Lawsuits of April—April 30, 2002
  40. The Future of the Genre—May 13, 2002
  41. To Judge a Medium—May 27, 2002
  42. Yet Another Emails from the Edge—June 11, 2002
  43. The Fate of Siggard—June 24, 2002
  44. The Paradox of the Internet—July 8, 2002
  45. A Copy of a Copy—July 22, 2002
  46. A Matter of Freedoms—August 5, 2002
  47. Double Standard—August 19, 2002
  48. The Issue of Morality—September 6, 2002
  49. Emails from the Edge: The Final Slice—September 17, 2002
  50. The Second Year Retrospective—September 30, 2002
  51. Baby Steps—October 14, 2002
  52. Looking Into the Future—October 28, 2002
Special Columns and Interviews.
  • BnetD Special—April 9, 2002
  • A Bit of Inspiration: a discussion of the impact of Lord of the Rings, both the novels and the movies.—December 23, 2002
  • Garwulf interviewed about the Diablo novella Demonsbane, October 31, 2002.
  • Demonsbane Review, by Flux. October 31, 2002.
  • Garwulf interviewed about his time writing Garwulf’s Corner, November 2003.

About the Author
Robert B. Marks was born in 1976 in the Toronto Area. While growing up, he developed a love of reading, and by the end of public school was devouring novels by authors such as Tom Clancy and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. During high school, he discovered the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, Tad Williams, and Dennis L. McKiernan, and developed a lifelong love of the fantasy genre.

It was after reading McKiernan’s The Eye of the Hunter that he began to write serious fantasy. His first, and unpublishable, 70,000 word novel was completed by the end of high school. He then spent his years at Queen’s University developing his writing skills on the Internet, winning two fanfiction awards in the process. After graduating with a degree in Medieval Studies in 1999, he was offered a Diablo e-book by Pocket Books in late 2000. “Demonsbane” was released on Halloween, 2000, allowing him to squeak in as a 20th century author by around two months, and remained on the PeanutPress bestseller list for three weeks.

Robert’s other published works include The Everquest Companion. He also maintains a live journal page to chronicle his latest doings.

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Disclaimer: Garwulf’s Corner is written by Robert B. Marks and hosted by Diii.net. The views expressed in this column are those of the author, and are not necessarily the opinions of Diii.net.

 

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