My awesome friend, David Deavel, has been writing like a mad man (look at that sartorial color scheme for proof!). Here are the results of his scary brilliance. Enjoy! *** First, a couple of Q & A columns… Read More
My great friend and ally, John J. Miller of NR fame, and I had a blast talking all things, THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING. 30 minutes of us bloviating with enthusiasm, if not wisdom! https://www.nationalreview.com/podcasts/the-great-books/episode-28-the-fellowship-of-the-ring-by-j-r-r-tolkien/
While this is probably of use only to scholars, it’s worth posting the entire Table of Contents of the DUBLIN REVIEW while under Christopher Dawson’s editorial leadership, 1940-1945. Many of the name are good ones: Bernanos, Hollis, Tolkien,… Read More
While not well titled (typically, Dawsonian), the “Editorial Note” served as a vital call to arms for the Catholic Literary Movement of the 20th century. Much like Russell Kirk’s “Apology for a New Review,” Dawson’s few paragraphs beautifully… Read More
There I, a convinced atheist, stood alone in a sandy and windy world, devoid of water, trees, or anything that seemed to be alive. And I couldn’t help but wonder what madness had overcome me… 1,293 more words via… Read More
Western Heritage Lecture–what historical events “allowed” Protestantism to arise as it did.