Gods of Terra Primer: Introduction


Vanakkam. I’m briefly interrupting this hiatus to repost an updated entry originally published in 2018. So that being said, I’m rebooting the Gods of Terra setting, and working on a new series of primers on this SF universe while I work on the setting bible, a setting mostly but not entirely focused on a small …

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Gods of Terra – The Null Dance | Prologue: Meenakshi


Kalai vanakkam! I'm releasing this piece during my (mostly) hiatus, rewritten from a recent Pikatron Monthly, prior to updating my newsletter page with newer issues from the previous few months. This piece ties into fiction I'm researching the Tamil language and culture for, and in part serves as the basis for the final book, due …

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Mongo Fiction | I, King of Shards


This story was kind of fun to work on. It involves the experimentation by an eldritch being in the creation of my villains, the Dinathog-Trulg, and a more recent version is to be found in my second e-book, Echoes of Forsaken Galaxies, along with other pieces of microfiction you may enjoy. ~Troythulu In my place …

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Mongo Fiction | Squorium


I'd like to give a hat tip to both @LEDFlashing and @TaoAdear on Twitter for the ideas that went into this story's title, the term used for the spacefleets of the genocidal Dinathog-Trulg species of my Gods of Terra space-opera setting. As a species bent on universal salvation from suffering at all costs, and motivated …

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Friga’s Day Flash Fiction: The Debate


The Mirus stood at the virtual podium, a bit nervous and showing more confidence than he felt. He was debating a representative of the Suthidruu, the Elder Worms, with the existence of an entire civilization at stake. It was getting increasingly difficult for him to remain calm, such was his frustration with the sophistry he …

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