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Majel Barrett as Whorehouse Madam in Westworld

Majel Barrett as Whorehouse Madam in Westworld

Researching a work-in-progress, I saw Westworld tonight. This is another film Majel Barrett makes an appearance in! Some thoughts on Westworld and her work. [Continue]

“Midwife” and Marvelous Miranda Hart

“Midwife” and Marvelous Miranda Hart

On my new fave comedian Miranda Hart, her poignant portrayal of Chummy in "Call the Midwife," and the awkward hilarity in her comedy show. [Continue]

Continuum: simple plot twist, complex moral dilemmas

Continuum: simple plot twist, complex moral dilemmas

Increasingly complex moral ambiguity makes for interesting and challenging viewing in science fiction drama Continuum, starring Rachel Nichols. [Continue]

Back in Time With Living History: the PBS “House” Projects

Back in Time With Living History: the PBS “House” Projects

PBS' "House" series of history documentaries take modern people back to live in earlier eras. These shows are a terrific study of human behavior and radical displacement in time and space. They might even be the next best thing to time travel. [Continue]

The Black Dahlia: a Sideways Murder Mystery

The Black Dahlia: a Sideways Murder Mystery

The Black Dahlia (2006) is an attempt to invent a solution to the unsolved Black Dahlia murder. It falls short on several counts. [Continue]

Lizard Lair Media Ratings: the Dinosaur Stomp of Approval

Lizard Lair Media Ratings: the Dinosaur Stomp of Approval

I'm going to be posting more media reviews soon, so I'm introducing the Dinosaur Stomp of Approval rating system. Here it is. [Continue]

Derailed by the movie ‘Seven Pounds’

The movie Seven Pounds is unexpectedly provocative and moving. It, along with Donnie Darko and The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, are a batch of viewing that continues to haunt my thoughts. Great if dark-tinged storytelling, all three of them. [Continue]

Smoking and Race on Pan Am: a CYA Start From a ‘Mad Men’ Competitor

Smoking and Race on Pan Am: a CYA Start From a ‘Mad Men’ Competitor

ABC's fall show Pan Am cuts smoking, alters racism to vie for 1960s nostalgia market. Is this selective clean-up a recipe for mediocrity? [Continue]

Loving and Hating Scarlett O’Hara

Loving and Hating Scarlett O’Hara

Finally read Gone With the Wind and wow - what a character creation Scarlett O'Hara is! Some thoughts on what Margaret Mitchell did. [Continue]

The Blind Side

The Blind Side

"The Blind Side" - football biopic, true story and featuring Sandra Bullock. Thoughts, impressions and WOW factor, discussed. I was really rocked by this much more than expected. Did I say WOW. [Continue]

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Author Deborah Teramis Christian


Teramis wrote her first book at age 9, but like all good literary lizards has taken her time charging upon the market. Finally in a situation where she can write full time, she is becoming the Dragon, Unleashed, or a close facsimile thereof. Roar, said the saur.

Teramis On the Web

Alternate History Weekly Update - Guest Blogging

MilSciFi Interview - re "Live Fire" in No Man's Land

New Books


This military science fiction anthology contains "Live Fire," Christian's Tiptree Award-nominated short story set in the Sa'adani Empire, the setting of her science fiction novels. Now available at Amazon in print and Kindle editions.