Open Call for Short Stories and Poems

I am calling on all writers to submit their science fiction and fantasy short stories and poems for publication on If this interests you, go to the link below and carefully read the submission guidelines. Then, send me an e-mail with your submission to I look forward to reading your stories and poems and adding them to the The Land Line.

The Land Line

The Land Line-New Site

While I will continue to post poetry and other posts on this blog, please check out my new web site, The Land Line. In it you will find all my poems, short stories, my online novel, and links to articles I’ve published online. If you choose, you can shop for DVDs and Blu-Rays, Poetry Books, Literaure, and even learn about a way to build your own online business.

As always, I appreciate your support and feedback. So, let me know what you think of the new site. You can like my Facebook author page or follow me on Twitter @AuthorJamesLand. I’m so gratified that you’ve chosen to follow my blog and visit every now and then. I look forward to many more years in the WordPress community.

Peace of Christ,


Homeland Episode 403 Recap- “Shalmar Kameez

Here’s a link to my review of Sunday night’s episode of “Homeland:”

Rebels Brings Heart Back to Star Wars

Star Wars Rebels takes its regular Monday night time slot on Disney XD beginning Monday October 13 at 9PM Eastern.

Star Wars Rebels takes its regular Monday night time slot on Disney 😄 beginning Monday October 13 at 9PM Eastern.

Adult fans of Star Wars pay attention, Star Wars Rebels is not just for kids. Here’s my review of the premiere episode:

Is Homeland Bigoted?


In today’s article, I examine whether Homeland is bigoted against Muslims in response to a Washington Post article titled “Homeland is the Most Bigoted Show on Television”:

My Review of “Wynter” Issues 1-3

Wynter is a new comic with a dystopian science fiction milieu. Sound familiar? This one isn’t just a retread of the old story lines. It’s a fresh take worth reading. If you like comics, here’s my review of issues 1-3:


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