“Writers have to get used to launching something beautiful and watching it crash and burn,” — Ursula K. Le Guin Creators can be the
Space folds into self as the Enterprise rides hyper waves in warp 5. Aboard the bridge a young and tired Captain Kirk muses on
We’re off all week, but that just means that we get to share some of our favorite pieces from Volume 1 of NitWitty Magazine.
We’re off this week, so we’re using this as an excuse to run some of our favorite articles. This one was written as part
The number one conflict associated with space travel today isn’t aliens or warp holes or interstellar plagues – it’s us. The danger is ourselves
My body hurts and my head is weary, there is sleep crusted into the corners of my eyes. It is hour 4 of the
There is a natural inclination when talking about space to focus on the big picture. The universe is one of the last remaining frontiers
This month at Nitwitty we are celebrating space and what better way to kick that off than to talk about Japanese cartoons. Animation has
With war on the winds of June here at NitWitty the task of finding a thematically relevant manga was all too easy. Japanese art
The rough Oceanside sun hung high in the air as a group of friends and fellow writers prepared for battle. The agreed upon date
It really didn’t take long for me to figure out that id Software’s new Doom was something special. Perhaps this comes as a surprise
Finally, I can breath a sigh of relief, after a few long nights and nearly two weeks of revision the final draft is done.