Hi there Russell,
I have just read 50 Voices - an excellent book! Worthy contributions. I was wondering if you knew of any literary agents that would be interested in atheistic writing. I have completed a book on free will aimed at the intelligent layman, explaining the playing field, how it interacts with religion and foreknowledge, and where society goes within a potentially deterministic framework. Would you have any hints for agents or publishers?
Wanted to tell you I really love 50 Voices of Disbelief. I am consuming it slowly. I like to read one when I'm feeling outnumbered if you know what I mean. I also saw you at the AAI convention in Burbank last October. Thank you for your contributions to this cause and community.
G'day Russell, I enjoyed your presentation at the Problem of Evil forum at UniMelb the other day. Pity the forum was only for an hour. Seemed like the speakers were just getting warmed up in the post-presentation discussion when it had to end.
You'll be able to start a group to talk about it, discuss it in the book clubs on AN and send all the people in groups you are in a message telling them what it's about and where to get it once it's available.
Let me know if you need any help learning how to use the site.
Hi Russell! A slightly belated welcome to AN! I'm Chrys, I'm working on the atheist book with Warren Bonett, and I co-host the Aussie, Kiwi and South Pacific Atheists Group here - you'd be most welcome to join. I've posted a link to your blog in the list of members' blogs and websites on the group page.
Welcome to Atheist Nexus with its 8000 good friends.
A useful group is “ORIGINS” (Origins: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion....) with its 125 discussions and numerous video films.
One discussion (over 70 posts) is "Proud to be Atheist".
There's much to feel good about
because atheists and humanists hold the intellectual high ground—far removed from the superstitious deluded god believers with their imaginary heaven and hell.