Along with the newest book in the catalog, Protons and Fleurons, we’re introducing a new kind of offering from Thornbush Press: the Palimpsest Guide series. A palimpsest is a piece of vellum or parchment that’s been used for writing, then erased, effaced, or scratched out and used again for new writing. It reflects a time […]
This story collection, Protons and Fleurons: Twenty-Two Elements of Fiction, gestated over a long period of time. “Iron” and “Gold” were the first two stories I drafted, well over a decade ago. At the time I didn’t have any sense that they would be linked by a common theme of an element of the periodic […]
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Catechesis is dead. Long live catechesis.
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