John Tuttle is a Catholic journalist, writer, and creative. His interests spanning a variety of intersections such as culture, science, and history, he has had the opportunity to write on a wide spectrum of topics.
His writing has been featured by several dozen digital outlets. Among the most prominent of these are The Hill, the Jewish culture publication Tablet Magazine, and The Millions. Others include: Franciscan Media, Regina Magazine, Catholic Truth Society, Catholic Insight, Clarifying Catholicism, The Archive, Amendo, The Mantle, Tekton Ministries, Political Chronicler, Real Clear Science, ZME Science, MediaFile, The Playlist, Voyage Comics & Publishing, Starting Points Journal (funded by Arizona State University), University Bookman (funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities), and the University of Notre Dame’s Grotto Network.
In print, his writing has appeared in The Wanderer, Prehistoric Times Magazine, Culture Wars, and Honeycomb Magazine. He contributed to a chapter of the book The Right to Believe (Vide Press 2020). John has also worked for Busted Halo and has been republished by Real Clear Books, Behold (Catholic Vancouver), Canberra Declaration, and Intellectual Takeout. He can be reached at email@example.com.