A Fine Pavement · Amazon · Amazon Prime · independent film · indie film · movie

A Fine Pavement on Amazon Prime.

Very pleased to announce that my film, A Fine Pavement, is now live at Amazon Prime. Also available to rent or purchase. Currently the film is available in the U.S. and U.K., but I hope to widen distrubution to Amazon’s platforms in Europe and Japan before the summer. Link to the fim is here. Pictured… Continue reading A Fine Pavement on Amazon Prime.

evolution · history of science · religion and science · theistic evolution

The ISSR Book Prizes for 2020

I’m late to reporting this, but my Templeton-Cambridge colleague and leading scholar in the field of science and religion, Fraser Watts, writes that the International Society for Science and Religion announced the winners for its 2020 Book Prize in September. Books on the interface between science and religion remain very popular. However, recent years have seen… Continue reading The ISSR Book Prizes for 2020

print-on-demand small presses · publishing

The Normalization of Self-Publishing

    An editor friend and colleague recently noted the news of yet another round of layoffs coming in the top five New York publishers.     Where exactly is mainstream publishing headed? One super-sized publisher, devoted only to sure-fire blockbusters and the complete disappearance of the already withered ‘midlist’?     In light of this, I want… Continue reading The Normalization of Self-Publishing

capitalism · Catholic Church · Mark P. Shea · Pope Francis · social teaching

Mark Shea’s Timely Book.

Four years ago Catholic apologist Mark P. Shea got fired from the National Catholic Register (along with fellow journalist and blogger Simcha Fisher) for repeatedly telling Catholics who supported Trump that ‘this emperor has no clothes’ (and also wondering what the hell is wrong with people). Over the past four years of Trump, he’s certainly… Continue reading Mark Shea’s Timely Book.