Each month we will spotlight real life stories that reflect our genre focus: think science articles on new tech, upcoming comic book or literary conventions or the latest on the MCU and DCEU, true ghost stories and stories of the paranormal, showcase pieces on true crime, politics, or espionage, or real life mysteries, unsolved murders, or missing persons.
JUNE SPOTLIGHT: SCIENCE IS STRANGER THAN FICTION
I was working at the Dickson Street Bookshop during my undergraduate years at the University of Arkansas when I first came across Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time. An English major focusing on creative writing, you'd think such a book wouldn't be of interest to me, but learning about the flexibility of time, about how black holes work, and how the big bang happened absolutely fascinated me. When I found the 10th anniversary revised edition, I read that too. As an author, such books have proven to be invaluable resources, and as a lifelong student, they have helped me better understand the world in which I live. If you get a chance, check out this iconic work by one of the 20th and 21st centuries' greatest minds.