Showing posts from April, 2021

Big Bear and the Trinitarians

It was just supposed to be an interview... A conversation between brothers who have both been on the front lines of the culture war. But then came the quiz... ...with all the answers tending towards one sacred number. At which point the true purpose of the meeting was made clear. “This isn’t an interview.” “This is an intervention.” Milo invites three Catholic intellectuals into a livestream with the Big Bear to talk about the Trinity. Who walks out first?! For wisdom is more active than all active things; and reacheth everywhere, by reason of her purity.  For she is a vapour of the power of God, and a certain pure emmanation of the glory of the Almighty God: and therefore no defiled thing cometh into her. For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty, and the image of his goodness. —Wisdom of Solomon 7:24-26 And the moral of the story is...? You decide! Preview on YouTube Full episode on Friday Night’s All Right at Censored.TV Unauthorized.

Marian Double Feature

Medieval or bust! Two livestreams in one weekend—an Easter octave treat! 1. Interview with Rachel Fulton Brown . Livestreamed with the Kurgan, April 10, 2021.  2. Medieval Devotion to Mary . Rights and Duties. Livestreamed with TradPatrick and Anthony Stine, April 9, 2021. Visit Bear On Air for a complete list of my video, podcast, and radio appearances.

Centrism Games: A Modern Dunciad

DCR Books, in conjunction with the poets of the Dragon Common Room , is proud to announce the publication of its first full-length poem!   Hello? Is this thing on? It’s time to sing! Beneath the Arch, let heartfelt praises ring! Forsake us not, o mild and moderate goddess! With fair and balanced rhymes we beg your largesse. Help us narrate the story of your knights and how they braved the un-forbidding heights. We sing with measured tones, not high nor low, our tolerance and fairness to extol. Chivalry is dead. These Knights want Fame. And Fama’s a witch. Follow a band of very different Knights on their quest to become the most balanced, the most tolerant, the most compromising of everyone on the modern political spectrum. Each Knight dares to liberalize and conserve, but who will win the ultimate prize and stay safely in the center? A cautionary tale modeled on Alexander Pope’s scathing eighteenth-century Dunciad . —Backcover You know  the backstory . Now read the book! Available in e