An Update on the Young Atheists Book

A draft of the book is complete! (With a week before school starts, too. Woo!) Now, the plan is to read through everything 3209423 times over the next several days, clean up the material and make sure the continuity is there (especially since the chapters were written out of order), double check the citations, get [Read More...]

An Update on the High School Atheist Book!

Since some of you have been asking, the book is about halfway done! (Which is good since I have a month left before school starts back up again…) I think I have all the research I need for the rest of it. A few friends have read the different chapters so far, so I’m getting [Read More...]

I Could Use Some Input on the New Book…

I’m about halfway through writing the book about high school atheism, and I would love to get your input on a couple of things… First, I should mention that the audience isn’t only young atheists; it’s anyone who supports them or wants to know about that particular demographic. So that means talking about who they [Read More...]

‘How Can We Help Young Atheists?’ My Speech at the 2012 Freethought Festival

Last spring, the Atheists, Humanists, & Agnostics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison held a Freethought Festival. It was a free conference with tons of speakers — very impressive for any student group to pull off — and they’re planning to do it again next year. (If they invite me, I’m *so* there.) I bring it [Read More...]