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The Superversive

A traveller's guide to the Perilous Realm

Name:
Tom Simon
Birthdate:
5 October 1966
Location:
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Well, I write things.

My ultimate goal is to recreate the J.R.R. Tolkien Method and apply it, 'Delectable Mountains' and all, to new kinds of stories. Too many other writers, it seems to me, recreate the Cheez-E Extruded Book Product Method, and apply it to rewriting Tolkien's stories, over and over and over again. This nuisance must now cease.
18th century literature, 19th century literature, abba, ancient history, ancient rome, anglo-saxon, art, astronomy, beethoven, benedict xvi, bible, biography, blackadder, books, byzantium, c.s. lewis, calvin and hobbes, cartography, catholicism, charles m. schulz, christianity, church history, classical music, concerts, conlangs, cosmology, craft of writing, current affairs, doctor who, dorothy l. sayers, dorothy leigh sayers, dry wit, economics, epistemology, ethics, fantasy, fantasy fiction, fiction, formal verse, g. k. chesterton, g.k. chesterton, games, george orwell, great books, historical fiction, history, history of middle-earth, humor, humour, indo-european, inklings, j.r.r. tolkien, jane austen, johann sebastian bach, legend and myth, liberty, linguistics, literature, lloyd alexander, lord of the rings, macintosh, mark twain, medieval history, medieval literature, mental health, middle ages, middle earth, middle-earth, monty python, mozart, music, mythology, narnia, natural law, nostratic, orthodoxy, os x, p.g. wodehouse, paronomasia, pearls before swine, philosophy, pixar, poetry, proto-indo-european, publishing, queen, reading, red dwarf, relationships, robert a. heinlein, role-playing, role-playing games, roman history, rome, rudyard kipling, scholasticism, science fiction, secondary worlds, sherwood smith, silmarillion, small press, songwriting, stephen r. donaldson, susanna clarke, tabletop gaming, the beatles, the hobbit, theodicy, theology, thomas aquinas, thomas covenant, tolkien, typography, weird al yankovic, wolfgang amadeus mozart, writing

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