Tom Stewart

Tom Stewart
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA
Bio
Tom Stewart is a writer, actor, playwright and comics journalist covering the comic book world for over ten years. He has written for the Eisner award winning Comic Book Artist Magazine, TwoMorrows Publications, M.A.I.N. Magazine, Changes Newspaper, has contributed to the Jack Kirby Collector and Alter-Ego Magazine, and is a regular writer for Back Issue Magazine. Tom won an award for fiction writing from the Washington Press Association, and has had several of his plays produced in the Seattle area. His current project is a one-man show on Robert Kennedy. In his spare time he likes to write short bios in the third person. He lives in Sunny Seattle

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FEBRUARY 9, 2014 11:34PM

Tomorrow Never Comes

Open door 

The old joke

‘Tomorrow never comes’

Ha

Ha ha

I laugh, it’s expected

But still

Still

I wait

It’s coming

Any time now

I might hear tomorrow’s car pull up
tomorrow’s key turn in the door… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 9, 2014 9:11PM

"Whatever." Says the Sun

  The Lucky 'ol Sun

 

“Whatever” Says the Sun

 

The sun is high in the sky

It doesn’t give a fuck

It shines

Or it doesn’t

You feel its heat

Or you don’t

“Whatever.” Says the sun

And it floats and glows… Read full post »

FEBRUARY 7, 2014 3:41AM

The Allure of Theatre Folk

 

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These past couple years I've been slowly putting myself back out there as an actor after laying off for many years. I let the siren song of a steady paycheck lure me… Read full post »

NOVEMBER 3, 2013 11:48PM

Ruining the West, and Loving It!

         Bat Last Ad

                                        &nbRead full post »

Editor’s Pick
OCTOBER 6, 2011 12:59PM

"Did You Learn Anything?" For my Father and Will Eisner


  Eisner  Dad 1960

                   “Did You Learn Anything?”

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Editor’s Pick
APRIL 21, 2011 10:22PM

My Mom. DC Comics and the Very Dirty Basement

My Mom, DC Comics and the Very Dirty Basement

 

  DC Comics to the Rescue!

My mother is dying. The years of smoking and abuse caught up with her and she was given around six months to live. This was about three years ago. I figure she’s too stubborn to… Read full post »

APRIL 21, 2011 4:29PM

Interview With a Very Rich Boy

Richie the Rich

    Interview with a Very Rich Boy

 

By Tom Stewart.

 

TS: Well, we should start at the beginning. Where were you born? 

RR: At the Richard Rich Hospital, in the Regina Rich Pediatric wing, grounds of the Rich Estate, sometime in the 1950's.Read full post »

Tarot Reader!

Tarot Cards

The tarot is one of the most wonderful of human inventions. Despite all the outcries of philosophers, this pack of pictures, in which destiny is reflected as in a mirror with multiple facets, remains so vital and exercises so irresistible an attraction on imaginative mindsRead full post »

JULY 23, 2010 6:57PM

Reading Auras Part 2:

Aura
Reading Auras

There are several ‘guidelines’ or ‘steps’ you should follow when you begin reading auras for other people. These range from picking out a specific location in your house for conducting spiritual work so as to keep this area free of negative energy and… Read full post »

JULY 21, 2010 7:21PM

Ode To a '67 Mustang

Mustang

 

Ode to the Mustang

Yes, I know that to call something an ‘ode’ implies a rhythmic meter, but my paean to my old Ford with just have to be in prose.

 

 

So, at the age of 43, I bought my first… Read full post »

JULY 21, 2010 6:39PM

Reading Auras: A Primer

Aura

 

Part of My On-Going Series of True Stuff, Filtered Through My Own Eyes, Of Course...

 

Aura Reading

“The human aura is both an energy field and a reflection of the subtle life energies within the body. These energies make us what we are and in turn, areRead full post »

JUNE 11, 2010 3:24PM

Real Astrology for Real People

 

Zodiac

 

What is Astrology? Ah yes, seeker, you do good to ask. And I'm glad you did, otheriwse, why would I write this article? I do have all those episodes of Glee to catch up on, after all. Like all of the earth and sky sciences, the trueRead full post »

JUNE 11, 2010 12:51PM

Robert E. Howard, the Last Swordsman

  REH hat photo

 

 

 “Know, oh prince, that between the years when the oceans drank Atlantis and the gleaming cities, and the years of the rise of the Sons of Aryas, there was an Age undreamed of, when shining kingdoms lay spread across the world like blue mantles beneath… Read full post »

MAY 20, 2010 5:34PM

The Town That Wouldn't Die!

  Kindergarten 1970

              Hot, dry, and dusty.

            Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco. The three towns that are the Tri-Cities Washington. And that is the way most people list/Read full post »

MAY 13, 2010 11:27PM

Misplaced posts?

 

Holmes

Hmmm, I had a post at 1022pm, but it's not showing up on 'recent posts'. If you took it, please put it back Read full post »

MAY 13, 2010 10:22PM

I Just F'ing Miss Johnny Cash

 I Keep a Close Watch on this Heart of Mine

Johnny give the finger

Today was a sunny day in Seattle, rare and welcome this time of the year, so I put the top down on… Read full post »

MAY 12, 2010 12:44PM

The Boy Who Loved Spider-Man

  Spidey

The Power of Pop Culture Amazes Me. Truely, at times it can mean more to us than family, friends or even our lives. 

 

You ever had an experience that made you stop and think? No, I don't mean once a year, or even once every month/… Read full post »

The True Evil that Lurks in Moldy Funny Books. 

  Dell Drac #2

            We all have them, a collection of weird facts with which we fascinate ourselves and embarrass loved ones. They come outRead full post »

  Amazing Stories, June 1947

            This is the story of Ray Palmer and the fabulous Shaver hoax. It is a tale full of sound and pulp, signifying...Well, you'll see. As this is the 65gth anniversary of the mstery, hoax, or whatever you call it, and sin/Read full post »

MAY 10, 2010 11:32PM

On The Taxpayers Dime

Soupy lines

 

NPR Can Piss Me the Hell Off.

 

While driving around yesterday in my old Mustang (in need of repairs, as usual with old cars, excuse me, 'classics') I heard a debate between a guy from the Heritage Foundation and a lady from the CenterRead full post »

Conan by Frank Frazetta

 

In the later days of the 20th Century, a man came on the scene of fantasy painting. He bestrode that world like a colossus. In one fist he carried a clutch of paintbrushes, in the other a pallet. His black hair waved off his forehead like it was/Read full post »