Remembering Don. S. Davis

Actor Don S. Davis passed away on June 29, 2008 after suffering a major heart attack. You may be wondering who Mr. Davis was, the actor was not A-List, but he was most certainly first class. For more than 7 years he portrayed Major General George Hammond on the science fiction show Stargate SG-1. Health concerns took him off the regular cast, but he made numerous guest appearances on SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis in the years that followed. The Man Mr. Davis had a PhD in Theater. He taught at the University of British Columbia until 1987. He also worked … Continue reading

An Interview with Writer and Artist (and New Mom) M.C.A. Hogarth

M.C.A. Hogarth is a renaissance woman: artist, writer, businesswoman, and more. I knew of her first for her art, which led me to her stories, which led me to an all around amazing person. I’m happy to be able to share her with you! Aimee: What kind of things do you write about? (Genre, subject matter, themes, what have you.) MCA: I like to write about encountering things that are strange and wondrous and out of your particular context. That could be meeting a unicorn in a forest… or meeting someone from a radically different country. I love learning languages, … Continue reading

Dusty Art

If you have ever had the words “WASH ME” smeared in the layers of dust coating your car take heart this story may give you new perspective on your cleaning habits. If the test of a true artist comes from seeing art in everything then Scott Wade is well on his way to becoming the Picasso of dust art. Every few weeks Wade drives his Mini Cooper up and down a gravelly road near his Texas home until it is well coated in limestone dust. Then the self-proclaimed “dirty-car artist” goes to work. His car’s dusty windows become his canvas … Continue reading