Month: February 2015

About Robert Leo Newton

Robert Leo Newton is a singer-songwriter, music teacher, and recording artist from the Twin Cities. He is a fourteen year veteran of the indie progressive rock scene, and his repertoire includes work with Blood Root Mother, Dear Elvira, Doug Anderson, ZABRA, Willie Dean Nelson, John LeCompt, Rearranging The Furniture, Jim Anthony, and more.



Things That Go Bump: Mystery, Vibe, and the Occult

By Robert Leo Newton

2014 was a year out of the ordinary for me, musically. For ten years I led my flagship Progressive Rock band, Blood Root Mother, through half baked song sessions, teen clubs, working class recording studios, and begging for gigs in the unforgiving war zone that is the Minneapolis Rock music scene. I had finally been making a living off of nothing but music for a few years, mostly through teaching, but things were not entirely hunky dory.


Batman Has Work To Do

Artist Michael Wilson Talks Cosplay, Charity, and Character

I am very excited to have the pleasure of welcoming Michael Wilson this week. Michael is an exceptional individual, a very talented cosplayer, and our newest featured author. If this man isn’t a legend yet, he should be.


About Michael Wilson

Michael “Knightmage” Wilson has been cosplaying since 2012. The 15 year veteran Deputy Sheriff and Stuntman has turned the art of cosplay from a hobby to a full fledged passion. Genuinely loving to entertain, create, inspire and spread positivity, cosplaying has become that avenue. From being a decorated Deputy Sheriff to working on big budget Hollywood films to receiving the Presidential Volunteers Service Award for his charity work, Michael continues to strive to be a representative of ideas and possibilities


Saturday Story Wars: Welcome to the Seventh Sphere


Isak touched a hand to his temple, his fingertips coming away covered in blood. His vision was dim and blurry, but growing clearer with time. With a groan, he propped himself up on one elbow and tried to shake the fog from his mind.