As mentioned in last week’s post, I’ve decided to try hosting an open space once a month to field questions and encourage discussion among my readers. All the standard rules apply — no profanity, no sales pitches, no trolling, no rudeness, no long screeds proclaiming the infallible truth of fill in the blank — but since there’s no topic, nothing is off topic.
Two notes before we get going. First, I’m delighted to announce that Founders House is moving ahead with the ten-volume set of The Archdruid Report: The Collected Essays and expects to have the first volume available a little later this year. Publisher Shaun Kilgore will also be offering a hefty discount on the complete set when ordered in advance. Stay tuned for more details!
Second, since this blog won’t be focusing on the political themes that enlivened (in several senses of the word) the last year and a half of The Archdruid Report, I’m looking for a venue that might be interested in occasional pieces of political journalism from my idiosyncratic perspective. (A paying gig would be especially welcome, of course.) If any of my readers have a print or online venue to suggest — or better still, if one of my readers happens to be an editor at such a venue! — I’m all ears.
With that said, have at it…