10 Ideas for Science Fiction Destinations

The 1st Annual Genre Traveler Photo Contest has begun and I’ve gotten some questions as to what kinds of photos would make good submissions. What destinations am I looking for? Well, as stated in the contest rules, pretty much anyplace that a science fiction, fantasy or horror fan would find in interesting place to visit, […]

Georgia – A Genre-Friendly Location

The state of Georgia (U.S.) just won my admiration. On Thursday, the Associated Press reported, the Georgia Board of Education voted to uphold a local school board’s decision to leave Harry Potter books on library shelves, despite a mother’s objections that they promoted witchcraft. Laura Mallory, mother of three children who attend elementary school in […]

Caves, Caverns and Bats, Oh My! (Section Three)

Genre Travel Across the US, Part OneCaves and Caverns, Section Three: TexasContinued from MondayCaves, Caverns and Bats, Oh My! (Section Three) (NOTE: There are so many caves and caverns across the U.S., I’m breaking this section of "Genre Travel Across the US, Part One" into several posts, each one focusing on a single state.) Natural […]

Caves, Caverns and Bats, Oh My! (Section Two)

Genre Travel Across the US, Part OneCaves and Caverns, Section Two: ArkansasContinued from Yesterday (NOTE: There are so many caves and caverns across the U.S., I’m breaking this section of "Genre Travel Across the US, Part One" into several posts, each one focusing on a single state.) Onyx CaveNo WebsiteAccording to the flier, Onyx Cave […]