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Guest Post: Why Aren’t There Aliens at Your Local Christian Bookstore? by Mike Lynch

It’s been said everyone has at least one book in them. Perhaps this is an overstatement, but I would venture to guess that most people have wondered at one time or another if they had it within them to write the Great American Novel. The unfortunate truth is that for nearly all aspiring …

Book Review: The Ale Boy’s Feast by Jeffrey Overstreet

Genre: Literary Fantasy, Christian Fantasy, Quest Fantasy Paperback: 400 pages Publisher: WaterBrook Press Publication Date: March 15, 2011 ISBN-10: 1400074681 ISBN-13: 978-1400074686 Author Website: Jeffrey Overstreet Jeffrey Overstreet concludes the four part Auralia Thread with The Ale Boy’s Feast, a mythic allegory of depth and vivid imagery. As the story opens, the world is dying. Though the beastmen of Cent Regus have …

Essay: On Christian Fantasy

My guest column “On Christian Fantasy: More than Tolkien and Lewis” is now up at the online fiction magazine Resident Aliens. The intended audience is Christians and Christian writers, but anyone might find it of interest, as I relate a personal story of my first encounter with good Christian fiction. I’d also like to let you …