Richard Cohen in today’s Washington Post: The difference between a presidential candidate and a fool in love is only a matter of Secret Service protection. (via RealClearPolitics)
Is the new Amazon Shorts market a good prospect for budding short story writers? “I have a plus/minus feeling about the program,” Morrell says. “On the plus side, it’s a new way to be published, with potential for a new readership. There aren’t many markets for short stories. A new one is welcome, and Amazon… Continue reading
The Rise of Modern Science panel was a lot of fun. Although we’d all emailed each other prior to it, it was the first time for me to meet both Br. Guy and Mike Flynn. Mike was more than prepared for the panel, which, considering it was a Friday evening, 7PM, while many attendees were… Continue reading
Bill Vallicella has some thoughts for a Friday: I suggest that our immanent moral sense must serve as a check on religion with its propensity for excess and fanaticism. We need revelation, but we also need to evaluate whether it be true revelation. With respect to putative divine commands, is it not self-evident that we… Continue reading
Hot damn. It’s that time of year again.