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John C Wright is a rarity in science-fiction circles, a conservative Catholic who stands strongly for biblical values and against the creeping authoritarianism of the liberal left. I will confess to not being a particularly avid reader of his previously published fiction as my own subjective tastes in literature are somewhat removed from what he writes, but this in no way is a strike against Mr. Wright.

What I primarily enjoy that he writes are his opinion pieces, which are always masterpieces of wit and coherent logic. His ability to use rhetoric to slice through the absurdities of the liberal philosophy is second to none and is not purely limited to mere political matters. Just to show his versatility, his review of the Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug movie is laugh out loud funny, and should be required reading for any Tolkien fans who; as I was; were not impressed with those bloated monstrosities that were leavened with more than a hint of SJW nonsense.

He recently started a Patreon account to fund the creation of a new science fiction series called Superluminary, which is being written in the style of the old classic pulps of the Golden Age of science fiction. The first chapter is already posted and I absolutely enjoyed it, as it hearkened back to the great pulps that I enjoyed reading as a teenager. So far I would describe it as in the same literary class as John Carter of Mars(one of my all time favorites), with larger than life heroes, breathless action, lots of vivid descriptions, and a beginning that is a textbook perfect example of how to start a book in media res.

I would highly recommended supporting him, just a few bucks buys you a great deal of guaranteed liberal angst, plus(all right, because of) the creation of classic science fiction/fantasy with men who are manly and women who are feminine. Where else can you get a deal like that today?




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