Chilling Tales from Living Catholic Writers

Ask any group of reasonably well-read Catholics to name a living Catholic horror writer, and, since the death of William Peter Blatty early last year, the only one they can usually come up with is Dean Koontz. (I should know. I’ve made the experiment on multiple...

Black Bottle Man

Black Bottle Man by Craig Russell Great Plains Teen Fiction, 2010; 176 pages Gold Medal, Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, Young Adult Fantasy/ Sci-Fi, 2011 What do you do when your two childless aunts sell their souls to become pregnant? According to Black Bottle Man,...

Where to Find Catholic Fiction

There’s been an awful lot of ink spilled about the rebirth, revitalization, and re-enchanting of Catholic literature in the last several years, complete with the proliferation of journals, publishing houses, and conferences. But did you know there has also been a...