Why I am a Christian Scientist

Originally, this was part of my Last Crusade post on morality, but it seemed as if it deserved its own place.  In the early days of the Christian Science movement, its healing powers were indisputable. Healings came quickly and easily. When Frances Thurber Seal went to Germany, for instance, she healed every case presented to…

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The Conversion of John Charles Wright, Esquire

Recently, I was asked to write down the story of John’s conversion from my point of view. Easter seemed a nice time to do this. (For John's version, see here or here.) In order to describe the events of John’s conversion, I need to first set the stage. Nowadays, John is known for his religious…

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Happy Birthday, Rachel Griffin!

Today, March 30th, is the birthday of Lady Rachel Jade Griffin.   In honor of her birthday, the Kindle verion of the third Book of Unexpected Enlightenment  is on sale!   For those keeping track, Rachel turns 7 today. (She will go to Roanoke in 2023.)

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Seeing the light on romance

Author Monalisa Morgan Foster has posted a very complimentary essay about my "Dating the Monsters" article. It makes an interesting counter to Dawn Witzke's insightful piece on Strong Female Characters. ——– I have to admit, the last person I thought I’d see with an essay in Ardeur, a non-fiction book about Laurell K. Hamilton’s, Anita Blake, Vampire…

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Ruining Beauty

My latest article at Superversive SF I have seen very few movies in the theater, compared to the average America. The number of movies I have seen twice is even smaller. The number of movies I have seen more than twice could be counted on one hand. There is only one movie that I saw…

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Vote now for CLFA Book of the Year!

Jagi here. The Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance have their annual Book of the Year questionnaire up. One of the books is John's Iron Chamber of Memory, which is not eligible for a Dragon Award, as their cut-off dates go June to June, and it came out about a year ago. There are other excellent books there…

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The Wrights Hijack Catholic Geek Radio!

Tomorrow from 7pm to 9pm EST, while the unsuspecting Declan Finn rests on his long-needed vacation, John C. Wright and L. Jagi Lamplighter will be hijacking his radio show: Catholic Geek Radio. As if this were not bad enough, the Wrights have turned the show over to a crew of imaginary characters. The Lady Rachel…

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Signal Boost: The Ironwood Staff

The Ironwood Staff by J. H. Hamilton This is a Superversive book. The story is like a high fantasy set in Africa with Zen elves, but the progressive ideas of the villains and the way in which evil corrupts and spreads, as well as what the hero must do to fight it, lends a Superversive thread to…

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