Maybe I'm restless. Maybe I'm bored. Maybe I'm just excited about all the great conversations Sectarian Review has let me in on. I think it's that last one.
At any rate, the show has exposed me to so many smart people, that I'm inspired. Our conversations have prompted me to do a bit of reflective, expository writing lately, and I got to thinking, 'what if other people wanted to participate?'
Following that hunch, I went over to Medium and started what they call a "publication." Here it is.
I've put up a couple of pieces there, mainly on topics that , while related to the show, don't neatly fit into the podcast format. Then I discovered that anyone can submit something. Nothing would make me happier, I think.
So here's the deal. If you the listener/reader go to see a show and want to write a review of it, send it my way. If you have just binged-watched Penny Dreadful on Netflix (as I just did) and have some things to say about what the Victorians can teach us about our own moment, write it up.
I consider myself to be a terrible writer, so I'm sure I'll be an easy-going editor.
Please consider jotting down your ideas for other people. The bigger our conversation gets, the more exciting it is for everyone. If you'd like to submit something, go the publication page and click on your preferred contact avenue (Email, Facebook, Twitter). Let's have a conversation.
Here's the link again.
The Sectarian Review Podcast is hosted by Danny Anderson, who is an Assistant Professor of English at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA.