Category: Timothy S. Johnston

TSJ and the “Covid Cut”

The “Covid Cut”

I’ve been quarantining with my family since March 13.  I’ve barely gone out as we all wait for The Pause to end.  I’ve been focusing on writing another book in The Rise of Oceania, along with watching a hell of a lot of news.  I have a lot to say about what we’re living through, but will put my thoughts in a future article. ***

TSJ Meets Kevin Smith

TSJ Meets Kevin Smith at the Reboot Roadshow

While we watch the country shutter its windows as the Coronavirus storm outside passes by, I thought I’d share a happy moment from last month.

In February I had the pleasure of traveling to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Toronto to see Kevin Smith introduce his newest “View Askewniverse” film, Jay & Silent Bob Reboot, listen to a Q&A, then meet him backstage.

The Second Cold War is Coming, and the Culprit is Climate Change

Article by TSJ at The Speculative Fiction Showcase

Here’s a new article I wrote about how climate change and the need for new resources to sustain exploding populations might trigger a new Cold War. 

Grade 9 English Project Based on TSJ’s THE WAR BENEATH

Grade 9 Student Creates Project Based on  The War Beneath

This arrived in my inbox the other day, and it absolutely blew me away.  A Grade 9 student used my book, The War Beneath, as the basis for her English project in school.  She created a diorama of Trieste City.  Here’s a schematic of the underwater city as it appears in the book:

New Review of THE SAVAGE DEEPS

New Review of TSJ’s The Savage Deeps

Over at SFcrowsnest, writer Kelly Jensen has posted a review of the new installment of  The Rise of Oceania, and it’s very positive.

TSJ at Forty-Nine

 

It’s that time of year.

I survived another trip around the sun.

Another 365 days passing faster than ever before.

Another year of lost sleep, another year of blood, sweat, and tears, and another year of stress, heartache, and agony.

And another year of rip-roaring fun and excitement.