Hello, readers.

This blog functions as a compendium of the stuff and things that rattle about the head of one particular human who is me. I am a writer, reviewer, podcaster, and, by most all accounts, a terribly silly person.

I grew up in a medium-sized town in the middle part of Tennessee, which is in the southeastern part of the United States, but now I live in England, which is in the middle of the world, by some—almost certainly problematic—reckonings.

The name of this blog comes from the play Cyrano de Bergerac. It means to be as magnificent as an elephant. Or possibly as magnetic.

You can find a list of my publications here.

You can read many silly and serious essays I have written about film, television, and kitchen tables, among other things, here.

You can find out all about Storyological, a podcast about short stories that I produce and co-host with my partner, here.

To see my blogging in a previous life, go here.

To see something inspirational, go here.

To see the future, close your eyes.


1 thought on “About”

  1. Chris,

    Okay, I am a HUGE Korean drama fan and watch them all day, everyday for HOURS. Don’t know why–no real reason, but a sci fi novel that is basically a Korean drama – I will buy it.

    I work for Tachyon Publications and you reviewed Patricia A. McKillip’s WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD and I wanted to let you know that we are doing a second collection with her (with three original pieces) called DREAMS OF DISTANT SHORES (https://tachyonpublications.com/product/dreams-of-distant-shores-2/ ).

    If you want to review it, please let me know. jim@tachyonpublications.com and PLEASE let me know when your novel is complete. I am ready to read it!

    James DeMaiolo
    Tachyon Publications
    1459 18th St. #139
    San Francisco, CA 94107

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