Jim Ryan Hamm
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Joined 06-01-09, id: 1955257, Profile Updated: 11-16-09
Author has written 1 story for Gamera.

Many years ago I worked at a bookstore and figured that there was so much crap that anyone could be published. Now older and wiser, I realize that you might be able to get your total crap published, but first you need to have discipline and ideas, preferably original. And that's why not everyone can be even a crappy writer.

Welcome to my stories, which I actually hope are slightly better than crap. This is what I do for fun—as a fan of certain characters and worlds and em-dashes. So here it is, the irregular output of an unapologetic fan for the eyes of fellow fans and dear friends, potentially wince-inducing entertainment for your consumption.

About Me

I'm a resident of Minneapolis, Minnesota. I'm a potential writer-in-wait, and a full-time attendant and security guard at an automated parking ramp. My work here reflects my love of giant monsters—Cthulhu to Kaiju. I also love Star Wars, all things steampunk and the Dungeons and Dragons "Eberron" world.


Gamera against The Great Old Ones reviews
Features Gamera and draws from the events of the Showa-period films, 1965-1971, rectifying their sillier elements. I've attempted to place the character in a serious mythological context, positing the kaiju as an agent of primordial forces—an Elder God.
Gamera - Rated: T - English - Supernatural/Adventure - Chapters: 4 - Words: 15,034 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 3 - Updated: 11/16/2009 - Published: 6/4/2009