The Cyborg Returns: Regular Programming and a Musical


I have finally settled back in from my trip to the SWTXPCA conference. If you’ve been following along, you’ll know that I had a blast at the conference and expect I will attend it again in the future. There’s one more post about the SWTXPCA coming, by the way.

Having returned, I will be resuming regular programming here at WISB. I have no idea what that will mean, but I assure you there will be a post about my existential crisis brought on by Star Wars and some other curious things.

Perhaps the most important and interesting bit of news, however, is that I have begun work on an urban fantasy musical comedy tentatively titled “The Last Temptation of Susan B.” The main character, Susan B., lives in a world dominated by fantastic creatures and people with fantastic powers, but has no such fantastic elements herself. She’s essentially useless. So far, I can only provide sparse details about the narrative (since that’s all I have at this point). The musical will contain:

–A vampiric Texan named Ted
–A shirtless, muscular werewolf name Pistachio
–A song cleverly titled “Fang Envy”
–A talking goose named Colonel Gander

More details will come as I come up with them. You’re welcome to leave a comment with your opinions.

Now, having said all of the above, I think it’s time to get back to normalcy. Cyborg out…or something less dorky…

About the Author:

Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

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