The third episode in my series for Starburst Magazine:
Whether you think of yourself as a writer, before or during Lockdown, give me five minutes of your time and the rallying cry “What the hell”.
If you love this, hate this, or want to let me know how it went, do get in touch.
Film and literature are granted ultimate freedom of exploration in science fiction, provided as they are with the available backdrop of all of time and space. But for its most discerning fans, physical exploration was always just the beginning of the journey. Be it ‘to boldly go where no man has gone before’ or ‘ET phone home’, humanity’s potential is only ever as strong as the personal exploration that takes place along the way.
My new series celebrating the lessons in Emotional Intelligence we didn’t notice ourselves learning, and links the stories (science, science-fiction and religious/mythological alike) that had the same philosophical and ethical ends in mind.
Brought up as I was on Judaism and Star Trek, I’m delighted to be exploring The Emotional Intelligence of Science Fiction for Starburst Magazine. This first episode begins with Tikun Olam: our duty of care to, and appreciation of, the world we have.
The Constant Rabbit by Jasper Fforde: https://www.starburstmagazine.com/reviews/the-constant-rabbit
My review of Two Heads Creek for Horror DNA: https://www.horrordna.com/movies/two-heads-creek-jesse-obrien-uk-movie-review