- Sometimes, a beloved book or movie from childhood means just as much to you as an adult. Other times, going back to childhood stories makes you cringe. Why are some […]
- At the Anselm Society's May Pub Night, author Leslie Bustard presents her retelling of JRR Tolkien's story Smith of Wooton Major. Later, Leslie and Matt discuss the story's theme of […]
- Matthew Clark is both a singer/songwriter, and an Anselm Society Advisor. He joins the table to talk about his brand-new project: Only the Lover Sings. It's both an album and […]
- We talk all the time about Faerie Stories (Fairy Stories? Faeree Stories?). But what are they? The hosts discuss the elements of proper Faerie stories, as well as the value […]
I don’t like to brag, but it turns out I’m a multi-media personality. In addition to the blog, I’m the co-host of “Believe to See,” the podcast of the Anselm Society. In case I haven’t told you about it before, Anselm is dedicated to a renaissance of the Christian imagination. You can find out more about it here.
On the podcast, I talk to all sorts of artists about all sorts of things related to Christianity and the arts. Give it a listen. Maybe even a review. Oh, and I’ll probably blog about some of these episodes from time to time. That’s what we call synergy.