…God created the heavens and the earth, and I started this blog, and said, Let there be posts.
Of course, this blog’s Genesis might be more Big Click than Big Bang. But I can’t imagine a better way to launch a forum to celebrate faith and fiction—not the same thing, mind you!—and to ask about their continuing place in a world that gets Tweeted and Facebook-updated to the nth degree every day.
(How beautiful is it that my spellchecker still highlights “Facebook” as an error. If the future needs an artifact to remind us that FB once did not exist, then I hope an archaeologist stumbles on Word 2003 someday).
Here’s the vision; I hope you’ll share it.
Anthony Otten has published stories in Jabberwock Review, Valparaiso Fiction Review, Wind, Still: The Journal, and others. He has been a finalist for the Hargrove Editors' Prize in Fiction. He lives in Kentucky.
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