The Myriad Things To Expect From Me In 2014

In 2014, having left adjunct teaching behind, I am going to devote myself full time to online endeavors. That means that I will write a lot more on Camels With Hammers, updating at least once a day and likely updating multiple times, so come back here frequently. If all goes well, not only will there be [Read More...]

Camels With Hammers’ Biggest Posts Each Month of 2013

As 2013 ends, I have decided to do a few posts linking to the best posts of 2013 at Camels With Hammers. The posts below were the most widely clicked on, shared, or talked about from their respective month. January 24, 2013: How To Live Happily: Have No Expectations February 15, 2013: The Camels With Hammers [Read More...]

This Weekend: A Camels With Hammers Blogathon

This weekend, I am going to seize an opening in my busy teaching schedule to get myself back into a writing habit by doing a blogathon. I am not going to prioritize quantity over quality and I am not going to make this about endurance without sleep or anything so pointless. Instead, here’s what I [Read More...]

I Want YOU To Join Me On Camels With Hammers Show Panels

I’m looking for academics, atheist activists, and atheists from every walk of life to participate in video panel discussions about controversial issues, philosophical topics, and everyday atheism matters. E-mail me at camelswithhammers at gmail dot com to let me know about your background, knowledge base, and topic ideas. [Read more...]

Be Secular Interviews, Mandisa Thomas Black and Me

Tonight at 9pm Eastern Time, I will be on Mark Nebo’s “Be Secular Interview of the Week” show. Go here to watch live and, of course, I’ll post the video afterwards. Below is his interview last week with Mandisa Thomas, a founder and current President of Black Nonbelievers, Inc. and an organizer of last weekend’s [Read More...]

Unveiling A New Weekly Schedule For Camels With Hammers Topics

I am designating a distinct topic (or sphere of topics) to each day of the week to make the Camels With Hammers experience more reliably diverse and to help readers know when they can find what they’re looking for more readily. [Read more...]

After I Deconverted: I Started Blogging

In this post I thank readers–especially those who offered their readership and support in the early days when they were all the motivation I had to keep going and not quit–for helping this blog make it to four years old. Then I reminisce about my pre-CWH days as a blogger and my road to deciding to create CWH. [Read more...]

No Longer Quivering’s Vyckie Garrison Will Be…

…on The Camels With Hammers Show tomorrow at ~3pm Eastern! Watch us stream live at my YouTube page (and don’t forget to subscribe to the page to keep apprised with all new video clips). I will post the full video of our interview here on the blog afterwards and then make shorter clips.

I also have gone through and made more manageable clips of older episodes of The Camels With Hammers Show. If you scroll through my videos on my YouTube page you can see shorter clips with titles that can guide you to what most interests you about my interviews with people like Harvard Humanist and Patheos blogger James Croft, the group of young predominantly UK bloggers The Heresy Club, the thoughtful students of St. Cloud State University’s Secular Student Alliance, former Christian preacher Jerry DeWitt, and my openly gay then-Benedictine-monk John “Bede” Hazlet. (This week, John left the monastery. When I am at liberty to discuss publicly the circumstances, I hope to.) So, check out clips!

Finally, in preparation for my interview with Vyckie Garrison of No Longer Quivering, which is a fantastic hub for helping (primarily) women escape Christian patriarchy and which is the blog that launched Libby Anne’s Love, Joy, Feminism career, read my interview with her from a year ago. [Read more...]

Your Comment Wasn’t Deleted, I Just Found 42 Missing Comments!

Hey everyone. If you made a comment in the last three weeks and it never appeared on the site, I’m really sorry. I just discovered that there were 42 comments awaiting me in moderation. I still haven’t gotten the hang of Disqus and the need to go seek out the moderation queue manually. On the [Read More...]