Next Up on The Catholic Geek Radio Show: John C. Wright and L. Jagi Lamplighter

On this coming Sunday’s episode of The Catholic Geek, Declan Finn welcomes two prolific authors: Hugo-nominated author and Catholic convert John C. Wright (Count to a Trillion) and his wife L. Jagi Lamplighter (Prospero’s Daughter).

In addition to the usual topics on the state of our culture, the Church, and geekdom, the show will include an after action report on LibertyCon, and a discussion of the the Superversive Literary Movement. Also, they might be prompted to discuss their fiction, including Wright’s latest, Somewither.

The eloquent John C. Wright is a retired attorney, newspaperman and newspaper editor, who was only once on the lam and forced to hide from the police who did not admire his newspaper. He’s a proud and staunch Catholic, and has been known to note that if Vulcans had a religion, they’d be fellow papists.

L. Jagi Lamplighter is the author of The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin, as well as the Prospero’s Daughter Trilogy. She has also written a number of short stories, articles on anime, and is an author/assistant editor in the Bad-Ass Faeries series.

Wright and Lamplighter at the BSFS 50th anniversary party.

Wright and Lamplighter at the BSFS 50th anniversary party.

About Matthew Bowman

Matthew Bowman is a traditionally-minded Catholic convert and freelance science fiction and fantasy editor, which means that he's in high demand in a small population. Fortunately, he loves talking about stories. And Catholicism. And history. And philosophy. And lots of other stuff.
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