Cornfield Meet

Things collide here.

X-Files, Glass Robots and Star Wars.

I finally introduced Kelsey to The X-Files last weekend, and it was so much fun I wrote about it over at GeekDad , so why not take a few minutes to check it out and revisit Mulder and Scully and our stretchy friend Eugene Victor Tooms?

And speaking of GeekDad, an interview I did last week with Oregon artist Eric Bailey about his flameworked glass robots got linked and quoted yesterday by Cory Freaking Doctorow over at BoingBoing, which is, um, awfully neat. No, seriously.

Last thing for this morning: One day in, My Quest for 1,000 Star Wars Fans is approximately 1/250th of the way there, so many, many thanks to those who ordered Collect All 21! and for everyone’s continued support through sharing, blogging Twittering and ReTweeting.

January 28, 2010 - Posted by | Books, geek, science fiction, writing | , , , , , , , , ,


  1. Thanks for the article John…it’s generating about 3 hits a minute from boingboing!

    Comment by Eric | January 28, 2010 | Reply

  2. As if I didn’t already adore your daughter, add two more reasons to the pile, i.e. X-Files and Fringe.

    I still enjoy XF way more than Fringe but I deeply enjoy the homage Fringe pays, in its many small ways. Even Bones got in on the homage-track with an episode a couple of weeks back. There’s just no re-creating the humor, the chemistry and the creep factor of X-Files.

    Comment by Jen | January 28, 2010 | Reply

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