PULP FICTION FOR A DIGITAL AGE

“…Conservatives’ discovery of Liberty Island comes at a good time. The online publisher of “right brain” fiction embraces conservatism in the best sense; not a series of policy prescriptions but a preservation of that worth keeping.

The relegation of stories to the big screen, the theater stage, and the book page strikes as a less serious offense than the widespread confusion of fiction as an extension of journalism (the reverse is another column). Perhaps the best thing about the emergence of a site of conservative fiction is that many of the stories featured don’t bear a politicized message. An English lit professor might call this irony…

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