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I have no way to adequately describe Craig's slow descent into insanity other than to say: this is one of the most strange and hilarious podcasts I've ever heard. Good luck explaining why you’re laughing to your coworkers or significant other.
If you're interested in the intersection between Christianity and crypto, this is the flagship publication introducing our community to this space and vice versa. Yes, I'm a contributor. 😎
Ivan writes comic and dark short stories and translates fascinating bits of history and literature from their original Russian. You'll be thinking about these well after the story is over. One of my favorite modern fiction voices, unlike anything you’ve read lately.
Broxton is a unique example of a host of new voices arising from the forges of generational transitions in the Christian Church. You can unite timeless orthodoxy and timely awareness of your present age. Broxton is going to show you how.
Frank is on a one-man mission to bring the workman’s world of pulp fiction to glorious life in the internet age. Come for the colorful historical dives into the history of the genre, stay to watch Frank become the genre’s next master.
The Internet is our Paris. Thomas Bevan's witty essays and masterful short stories are a lighthouse in the chaotic sea of the world wide web. Without Thomas and the Soaring Twenties Social Club, Theofuturism would not exist. Enjoy a voice that is both radically current and deeply informed by a passing age.
Mark epitomizes all that is best about the concept of Miscellany. I like to imagine him frantically working away at a roll top desk, pasting together bits of excellent material to send to my mailbox each week. Always different, always interesting.
Does what it says on the tin. Fascinating, personal and intriguing bulletins from the author's travels. A true pleasure to read, transports you to another world.