I am a fan of irreverent literature. I like when writers push the envelope because it forces me to confront my own inhibitions and perspectives and causes me to question their validity within the context of someone else’s perspective. I am a firm believer in defining your world in an ever-changing, ever-growing process based on the information that is available to us. As a result, my world-view is always changing.
This week’s pick is a piece by a two-author team. I have always been fascinated by co-authored books. Being a little of a loner and having done a smidgeon of writing myself, I can’t imagine how a co-author deal would work, yet we have seen it work time and again in all forms. I have to admit, again, to my penchant for the horror/thriller genre and say that genre is just about the only one I’ve seen a successful co-author project. (Think Stephen King and Peter Straub’s dual hits “The Talisman” and “Black House”) So I shouldn’t be
In this week’s installment of a new feature – Editor’s Pick of the week – we highlight a non-fiction, religious piece by Robert. W. Fuller called Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship?
“I like this piece from author Robert Fuller, who explores the controversial and traditional standoff between the religious camps and the scientific community in a respectful manner that is crammed with critical thinking. I’ve seen far too much animosity and hostility in debates related to this subject and it is a pleasant change to see someone attempting to debate the subject with respect and dignity, casting