Why I love being a Catholic writer

Sure, the pay is low and the hours are long, but the cool thing is, now and then, you can dazzle your teenage sons with free review copies of books with titles like Ad Limina: A Novella of Catholics in Space featuring a Way Cool bit of cover art with an Nazi-Armband-Wearing Astronaut in a ray gun fire fight on the surface of Mars.

When we Sheas go camping on Memorial Day at our Hidden Island Redoubt, I am all set for my literary comforts. You should go right out and get it. How can you go wrong?

Peripheral Visions and Other Poetic Perceptions
Leah Libresco's Arriving at Amen is out
Greg Popcak on Broken Gods: Hope, Healing and the Seven Longings of the Human Heart
Radically Catholic in the Age of Francis: An Anthology of Visions for the Future
  • http://www.facebook.com/nucleardiamonds Alister Crowe

    My brain instantly went:

    “CATHOLICS

    IN

    SPAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEaaaaaaaaaceaaaaceee” with a sort of echo effect.

    Alternatively: “In space, nobody can hear you pray the rosary”

    • http://twitter.com/losthunderlads Panther Red

      Yes, “Catholics in Space,” led by Father Lance Hogthrob.


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X