For people who need good fiction and good theology—at the same time!
The long past and deep roots of the first novel to be published by Thornbush Press.
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 […]
A peek behind the scenes—and a starting point to join the publishing revolution.
Or, how a Lutheran comes to commit casuistry.
Genre is testimony to the fact that truth is a real thing, external to our minds, but our minds need multiple avenues to access it.
Catechesis is dead. Long live catechesis.
Mystagogical realism is a potent genre for our late-modern world, disenchanted of mystery and yet more susceptible than ever to secrets.
What does censored Soviet-era literature have to do with starting a new independent publishing house? Quite a lot, actually.