Index: Fortuitous Ephiphaneia

Fortuitous Ephiphaneia

Drandimere wrote 17 installments of this column, before retiring in 2003 to spend more time with his remaining brain cells. He can still be seen lurking about the forums from time to time, most often in the D2 Single Player forum.

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Garwulf’s Corner #18: Shades of Grey

Shades of Grey

A couple of days ago, I was toying around with my DVD player, watching a rather wonderful movie titled 2010. For those who haven’t seen it, I heartily recommend it. It is a sort of hard Science Fiction that is very rarely seen on the screen in this day and age.

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Garwulf’s Corner #12: The Devil in the Details

Garwulf’s #12: The Devil in the Details

So it’s early February, and I’m sitting around the house with nothing to do. Having just seen The Ninth Gate for the umpteenth time, I decide to wander onto the Internet and look at its official website. It’s a nice site, and there were some fairly interesting links that I followed, just to see what they were.

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Garwulf’s Corner #7: Emails from the Edge, Part I

Emails from the Edge

Right before I begin, I have a bit of administrivia for you. For those who would like to meet me in person, I will be a panelist at the Ad Astra convention in Toronto, February 23-25. This is a literary convention, and promises to have quite a few rather good fantasy and science fiction authors present. The website is www.ad-astra.org; if you’re going to go, I suggest pre-registering now.

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Garwulf’s Corner #5: Millennial Thoughts

Millennial Thoughts

What a remarkable year this has been. It is quite literally the last year in the millennium, and not only are we seeing the return of mythical fantasy to the screen (in the form of the recently released Dungeons and Dragons movie), but we can also gaze at the maturity of fantasy in the computer game market, with Icewind Dale, Baldur’s Gate II, and Diablo II.

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