Phillip A. Ellis
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Article markets

Started this discussion. Last reply by AtheistTech Jan 28, 2011. 1 Reply

a wiki, a wiki, my GUI for a wiki....

Started this discussion. Last reply by BB Jan 11, 2009. 5 Replies

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"I apologise for my overlong absence."
Sep 8, 2013
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Sep 8, 2013
Alice replied to Phillip A. Ellis's discussion Pell v Dawkins: this Monday in the group Aussie, Kiwi & South Pacific Atheists
"yes and adam and eve is just a myth and we are descended from neanderthals"
Apr 17, 2012
Alice replied to Phillip A. Ellis's discussion Pell v Dawkins: this Monday in the group Aussie, Kiwi & South Pacific Atheists
"There has been quite a bit of discussion on this here: Post your questions here:"
Apr 5, 2012
Phillip A. Ellis added a discussion to the group Aussie, Kiwi & South Pacific Atheists

Pell v Dawkins: this Monday

Cardinal Pell goes up (hopefully down) against Richard Dawkins this Monday night on Q and A; time: 9:30 pm; channel: ABC 1 I'm going to be glued to my set.See More
Apr 5, 2012
AtheistTech replied to Phillip A. Ellis's discussion Article markets
"I am not a writer as the following will attest to. I like these websites: Have a good day!"
Jan 28, 2011
Phillip A. Ellis replied to Not important's discussion Atheism & Marriage
"Regarding the religious roots and nature of marriage, the Ancient Romans had three types of marriage, all equally legitimate. Two were religious, one of which was the fully-blown religious ritual. The third was a purely secular, legal ceremony,…"
Dec 19, 2010
Phillip A. Ellis posted a discussion

Article markets

If, like me, you write, and am interested in discussing freethought, humanism, and other aspects of the examined life in articles, you may know some of the potential markets out there for pieces advocating freedom from religion, atheism, and other relevant topics. I know few places which could be of interest. In any case, I was thinking: what steps have been taken to create a resource of market information on rational, sceptical, and atheistic articles? If none, what are your thoughts on…See More
Dec 19, 2010

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Phillip A. Ellis is a critic, poet and scholar. His The Flayed Man, Symptoms Positive and Negative and Arkham Monologues, are available for purchase. He is working on a collection for Diminuendo Press. Another has been accepted by Hippocampus Press. He is the editor of Melaleuca.

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At 8:25am on October 27, 2009, A Former Member said…
Thank you for joining HERCULANEUM. I look forward to your contributions. Please note, because this is a private group, the group icon will not show up in your GROUPS section on your homepage, for some odd reason.
At 8:56am on September 29, 2009, A Former Member said…
At 8:33am on September 29, 2009, A Former Member said…
Thanks Phillip. I will add them today. Please consider joining us in ARS POETICA.
At 5:36am on August 20, 2008, Luke said…
You said: I missed the debate, last night, and I hope that it will be preserved elsewhere online.

I think it will come up on ABC's Fora

The IQ2 site notes them as a broadcaste partner:
At 3:29am on August 20, 2008, Dr Peter said…
G'day Phillip

You have mail!

Welcome to the Nexus!

At 7:58am on August 19, 2008, Luke said…
You said: Love the photos, Luke.

Thanks :)
At 3:21am on August 19, 2008, Chrys Stevenson said…
Hi Phillip! Great that you joined us! Esperanto. Interesting subject. I know that it's been around for years and there are many speakers but, from the outside at least, it never seems to have taken off in a broad sense. I struggled with French for years, but never got enough practice speaking it so I still sound worse than a 3 year old when speaking it. I remember hearing somewhere that Chinese was the most likely language to become the international tongue. I'm trying to dredge up in my memory, why. I'm thinking it had something to do with interacting directly with computers through speech - Chinese was the best language for this, apparently. I think maybe it was because there are no homonyms in Chinese - but don't quote me on that.
At 8:17pm on August 18, 2008, Chrys Stevenson said…
Hi Phillip, I'm Kris from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Welcome to Atheist Nexus! I've started an Aussie, Kiwi, South Pacific Atheists Group here. We have 60 members now. Please feel free to drop in sometime to add a comment, contribute to a discussion, or to start a topic of your own.

I hope you enjoy the site!


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