The Milestone Forever author discusses his influences, his career, what he's reading, and what's coming next
I started off the week talking about allegory and Ralph Ellison, so it's only right that I spend a little time talking about a work that got pegged as a successor to Invisible Man.
Like Adam, I'm going to squeeze in some more posts before Our Lord and Master Ta-Nehisi returns to his kingdom.
Guys, thanks for the robust comments on the previous Mass Effect post. I have to confess that I'm not yet done with ME2, but I'll offer up what insight I can given my progress up until this point.
As I sat through James Cameron's 3D ode to nativism, I kept waiting for Jake Sully to get his Pandora Pass so the credits could roll and I get back to playing Mass Effect.
I mentioned Rock Band in passing in yesterday's post, but I wanted to return to it for a quick second to make a point: Video games have become the primary way I discover new music.