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“A Thoughtful Creativity” – An interview with Catholic novelist Joseph Morse


              Most Recent Book: Now and at the Hour of Our Death      Education: Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University.   Current Employment: Web development at a health care company.   Profile: An associate once called me a philosopher citizen and I love that. I want to bring a thoughtful creativity to every project I endeavor to undertake from athletic challenges to innovative web applications to one-of-a-kind literary works. My breadth of interests is only surpassed... Read More →


“Holistic, courageous, compassionate and, most importantly, truthful” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Erin McCole Cupp


Most Recent Book: Don’t You Forget About Me Education: BFA Related Arts (theatre major; concentrations in literature/writing, visual arts; minors in music, dance). Current Employment: freelance writer/editor Profile - describe yourself as you think others see you and/or as you would like to be seen: My goal as a writer is to rip out your heart, stomp on it, bury it, then give it back to you, healed and with wings.   List of Books... Read More →


Breaking and Entering – the Closed Shop of Secular Publishing and Some Catholic Alternatives


By Catherine Mendenhall-Baugh It’s interesting the reaction I get when I tell people I’ve written a book.  Most people are impressed.  Not a lot of people write books.  But then when I tell them I’m in the process of writing three more, they truly are astonished.  They’re amazed that I make the time to do this kind of thing in today’s busy world.  They know I work and that I’m a... Read More →


“I Write for the Young Souls God Loves” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Nancy Carabio Belanger


“I Write for the Young Souls God Loves” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Nancy Carabio Belanger             Most Recent Book: The Gate   Education: B.A. English Secondary Education, minor in Journalism from Michigan State University.   Current Employment: author and publisher at Harvey House Publishing   Profile: I hope people see me as a good wife and mother who loves God and her family. Also, as a writer they can trust with their children, a writer who... Read More →


“The Book Called Myself” – An Interview with Catholic Novelist Roger Dubin


Most Recent Book: The Coin of the Realm Education:  3 ½ years of college. I quit New York University one semester shy of graduation to join my first rock band as a hired-gun lead guitarist.  (Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time.) Current Employment: I’ve run my own consulting business for the past 17 years, Dubin Marketing Inc. Profile: My conversion story was requested by Carl Olson, editor of Catholic... Read More →


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