over at LFS.org: an essay by me on the movie Serenity

Self-reliance and libertarian ideals on the frontier: Prometheus-winning novelist Travis Corcoran on Joss Whedon’s Serenity, the 2006 Prometheus Special Award winner.

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7 Responses to over at LFS.org: an essay by me on the movie Serenity

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  3. Sean Datar says:

    Dear Mr. Corcoran,

    My name is Sean Datar. I am a 23 year old from Massachusetts. I am an undergraduate computer engineering student who plans to take time off from school to pursue experience in homesteading, as I have lost significant amount of interest in engineering. I was wondering if you had any advice for someone with no prior homesteading experience, specifically where I could search for an apprenticeship.


  4. Kevin says:

    Hi Travis,

    Eagerly awaiting more Aristillus! Just read your commentary on Firefly/Serenity, and at one spot had to laugh—have you been to The Domes?!
    I’m a freestater and remember the early days there. The seasteaders at Linton Bay are getting ready for their big launch this month, and there are others…


    • Travis J I Corcoran says:

      Hey Kevin,


      I’m working on a YA Aristillus short story right now, which I hope to have out by the end of the year. It’s like a cross between The Mad Scientists Club and a Heinlein juvenile, in tone.

      Yes, not only have I been to the Domes, but I live about three miles down the road from there.

      I’ve been in NH for going on nine years myself.


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