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DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 16: “Not Anymore”

Friday, April 17, 2015
By Phil Elmore
DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 16: “Not Anymore”

The girl with the platinum hair glanced down at the device in her hand. Left here. Then a right.  Then through the alley and two hundred meters farther on.  She hurried up the street, ducked into the channel between two buildings, and emerged on the other side, fighting a sense of déjà vu.  Hongkongtown... »

Technocracy: Just Call It ‘Antisocial Media’

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
By Phil Elmore

Read my WND Technocracy column this week, about the nation of smartphone zombies we are becoming — it’s live in WND News. »

Coming Soon: MONSTERS, the 4104 Serial Novel

Monday, April 13, 2015
By Phil Elmore
Coming Soon: MONSTERS, the 4104 Serial Novel

You may have noticed that the 50 entries for “4104,” my serial for 2014, no longer appear on my website. That’s because these entries have been compiled into Monsters, the complete serial novel that is all 50 parts of “4104.” We’ve received the manuscript... »


DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 15: “Good News and Bad News”

Friday, April 10, 2015
By Phil Elmore
DETECTIVE MOXLEY, Part 15: “Good News and Bad News”

“Carol?” said Mox. “Are you okay? I’ve been standing here for like ten minutes.” “Yes, yes,” said Carol Latham. “I’m so sorry, Harold. It’s just… I’m sorry. Please come... »

Technocracy: Social Media Enables Progressives’ Interolance

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
By Phil Elmore

My WND Technocracy column this week is about the Hugo awards, “social justice” activism, and progressive intolerance. Read the full column here in WND News. »

The Nebulas, The Hugos, The Sad Puppies, and the SJWs

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
By Phil Elmore

One of the ongoing frustrations for every writer who is not also a politically correct, progressive true believer — and there sure are plenty of authors who are — is that... »