With an honesty that’s redemptive rather than brutal, Ms. Brown recounts how she “awakened to the goodness of being a sensual, sexual creature…”, a painful journey for which most of us growing up in the United States—inheritors of the Puritan worldview as we are—receive little support. [Read More]
It has been almost three years since I read an article on the Upper Left Edge by Watt Childress. It was a review of Someplace to Be Flying by Charles de Lint. I had never heard of de Lint (in talking to friends I have since discovered that I was not the only one), but based on Watt’s review I gave Someplace to Be Flying a try. What a good decision. [Read More]
Featured Writer — Rick Bonn
Rick owned the last video store in Cannon Beach, still does development work in Hollywood, and writes comics and movies. His reviews and essays have been published in DON'T STOP BELIEVIN': POP CULTURE AND RELIGION FROM BEN-HUR TO ZOMBIES by Westminster John Knox Press, in magazines such as Prism and Christianity & Theatre, and on websites like aintitcool.com and hollywoodjesus.com. His first graphic novel, Meow Meow Jones, should be published later this year.