Bruce began writing science-fiction short stories in 1979. His first piece was a techno-action tale about aliens trapped on earth. Since then, he's been dreaming up stories to amuse and delight his fans, from the poignant "Running with the Wind" to the dark and turbulant ShadowChildren.
He can be found under the handle of "steelblade" (or sometimes "steelblade_1") at www.machinima.com, http://allboards.themovies.com and www.imdb.com, where he has submitted numerous reviews, mostly for b-movie classics. "Armageddon Blues" has been published commercially at www.thedeepening.com as well as made into a short film.
When telling a story, Bruce has high standards. "There's a difference between literature and entertainment," he has said, "Entertainment is concerned with what you think. Literature is concerned with whether you think."
In addition to producing his own animated films, he has produced a number of treatises on the art of filmmaking for The Movies Online message boards, a community that has contributed greatly to the success of the ShadowChildren series.