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March 17 in freethought history…

March 17, 1906 – Anarchist and atheist Johann Joseph Most dies in Cincinnati, Ohio, aged 60. His upbringing was impoverished and traumatic–as a child he developed frostbite on his left cheek, which led to an infection and other complications. The resulting … Continue reading

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Podcast #223 – James Morrow (Galapagos Regained)

We interview science fiction and fantasy writer James Morrow about his latest novel Galapagos Regained. This historical fantasy follows Chloe Bathurst, an actress and former zookeeper for Charles Darwin, who treks across the 19th century land- and sea-scape to gather … Continue reading

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Podcast #50 – American Atheists Convention

We discuss our experience at the recent America Atheists National Convention, which was held at the beautiful Emory Conference Center Hotel in Decatur, Georgia.  How did the impressive slate of presenters (including activist and retired evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins) do?  … Continue reading

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Podcast #49 – James Morrow

We interview science fiction and fantasy writer– and scientific rationalist extraordinaire– James Morrow.  He takes a break from his usual religiously-themed satire in his latest novel Shambling Towards Hiroshima, a WWII rollick in which, instead of atomic bombs, the US … Continue reading

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