Andrew Seddon is a Catholic writer I first met through this blog and for whom I’ve since done some editing and book design. His stories range from space opera to saints’ lives to old-fashioned ghost stories, but whatever the genre, they all affirm the goodness of life.Continue readingAndrew Seddon: Versatile Writer of Life-Affirming Stories
Cyril Jones-Kellett’s Catholic science fiction novel, Ad Limina, shows us where our own world might be headed and raises questions about cultural trends of our own day.Continue readingReview: Ad Limina, by Cyril Jones-Kellett
Andrew Seddon’s short stories bring alive saints of the early Church, many of whom have faded from our collective memory. Recommended: Saints Alive! New Stories of Old Saints, by Andrew M. Seddon.Continue readingReview: Andrew Seddon’s Saints Alive!
Catholic Philosopher Chick asks the question: can a woman be feminine and respected for her intelligence, too?Continue readingReview: Catholic Philosopher Chick Makes Her Début