Author: Aspen


Cleverbot. I am sure you’ve heard of the little robot that is supposedly smarter than the average human. When you think of clever, you think of analytical, you think of the mathematical left side of the brain. Now think of poetry, when we think of poetry we think of florally, creative words that are pretty and thought inspiring. We feel something. I was wondering if you could blend the ideas of analytical with poetry, what could be created?

Gaming Done Write

You are to embark on a journey. Thrown into space, alone and vulnerable and we ask of you one thing. Tell us your stories; tell us about your journeys. Write down what you experience in these far off realms at the end of the universe. Write poetry, prose, fiction, non-fiction, simply write.

Fun Video Game, or Creative Imitatio?

Monolith Production’s Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor is a game that directly relates to J. R. R. Tolkien’s works of, The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and even Lord of The Rings. The question when playing the game however is, is this video game true to form? Meaning, does everything mentioned or imagined fit into the world Tolkien created, or does it have continuity errors that make this game inconsistent with the lore of Middle-earth? I set out to figure out that very question.

Juniper’s Knot: An Emotional Journey

With a clamor of bells and the sound of a crackling, burning fire, the tale of Juniper’s Knot unfolds. Juniper’s Knot is a short kinetic novel developed by Dischan Media. For those who don’t know, a kinetic novel is no more then a blend between a graphic novel and a visual novel. It’s an interactive fiction not in giving the reader choices to make, but by the different elements of a kinetic novel that wraps the reader in the world of the narrative.