My heroes have aged as I have.
When I was younger, I wanted heroes who were teenagers, young adults. I wanted heroes who were embarking on life for the first time.Read More
“Who are you?”
“What do you want?”
The television program Babylon 5 made these questions a central theme of the series. Elder races, nigh–unto–gods to the younger species that crowded the screen, would ask these questions of our protagonists. What do you want? Who are you?Read More
Angels fall. Humans fall. We fall in love. We fly, and we fall, and sometimes we can’t tell the difference.
This month Apex brings you tales of flight, tales of plummeting, and tales of infinite chances. In many ways this month is a month of fresh starts and do–overs.Read More
This Is the End of the World
A few months ago a coworker of mine was complaining about the television series The Walking Dead. In all the stories we have about the end of the world, he said, why can’t we have a story about smart people doing the right thing?Read More
Sigrid Ellis is a woman of many talents. She is not only an editor with some impressive credits to her name (she co–edited the Hugo–nominated Chicks Dig Comics with Lynne M. Thomas, and co–edited Queers Dig Time Lords with Michael Damian Thomas, and the comic Pretty Deadly), but also an author of fiction and non–fiction, an air traffic controller, a blogger, and a home–schooling mom to boot.Read More