Panel on Fatherhood and Men

I really enjoyed participating in the 4th annual Conference on Fatherhood and Men, hosted by BOND and its founder, the remarkable Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson. I was on a panel, moderated by JLP, with two really…

Great Launch for Haunting Melissa

  Wow, I couldn’t be happier with the way Neal Edelstein and the Haunting Melissa team introduced this new ghost story — and this new form of entertainment —to the world. Lots of good press about…

“Haunting Melissa” Has Arrived

If you own an iPhone or iPad, you can now download the first ever app movie, “Haunting Melissa,” a ghost story with a script by yours truly. My buddy Neal Edelstein came up with this truly…

“Haunting Melissa” Coming Soon

I’m really excited about this. My buddy Neal Edelstein — now the overlord of his own company Hooked Digital Media — has created this brilliant new app to, in his words, “fill a void in today’s…

Interview at Faulkner University

Here’s an hour-long interview I did with Professor Robert Woods of Great Books Honors College of Faulkner University. We discuss my novels Crazy Dangerous, If We Survive and Identity Man, talk writing in general with a…

Me on Mamet – Again.

I’ve written about the playwright and screenwriter David Mamet a number of times now, first in the Los Angeles Times, then in the Wall Street Journal. I don’t intend to make a career of it, but…

Have a Wonderful Passover and Easter

I will be traveling part of this week and through Easter. I hope you have wonderful holidays. For those looking for something to read, I’m reprinting part of my Christmas essay below, “Our Culture and Christ.”…

Me on The Exceptional Conservative Show

I did a really enjoyable, long-form interview with Ken McClenton this week on The Exceptional Conservative Show.  It’s about an hour long. You can hear it here at the link.

Andrew Breitbart, One Year Later

It’s been a year since the death of my friend Andrew Breitbart. I wrote this reflection for the Big sites that are a major part of his legacy: For a few weeks after Andrew Breitbart’s death,…

My Take on the Oscars

I can’t help making fun of Oscar nominations. It’s not that I don’t think the films are good — very often they are. It’s just that they all have one political point of view, which reinforces…