News & Events

You can learn a lot about what I'm doing at Brandywine Books, but here are some links and points of interest.

Read my thoughts on the craft in "Mary Sue the Barbarian: Mining Our Inner Evil" The Christian writer ought to enjoy a distinct advantage. We have no excuse for being as bad in our depictions of evil as we generally are.

Back in the early ’80s, I sold my first short story to Amazing Stories MagazineIt was called “One Final Dragon.” Now, my friend Nathan James Norman has produced a dramatized version of it for The Untold Podcast.

View From the Bunker conducted a very nice interview with me on Death's Doors. VFTB is one podcast in the Revelations Radio Network.

Catch my latest reviews on Liberty21 Institute, and don't miss what I've written for The American Spectator.

I'm working on a translation of Professor Torgrim Titlestad's book on Viking Age Norway. I'll let you know when it's released.

I wrote about the Christian fantasy genre in this article for Intercollegiate Review, March 20, 2013. In response to that, Speculative Faith asked me a few questions.

At The Evangelical Outpost, David Nilsen reviews Troll Valley and interviews me about it.

Several interviews of me and West Oversea, can be found on my publisher's page for that novel.

If you want to meet me or see me weld a sword with mighty valor and skill, come out to the Norsk Høstfest in Minot, North Dakota, Tivoli Fest in Elk Horn, Iowa, and Nordic Fest in Decorah, Iowa.

I have a Facebook fan group called Viking Thing. A "thing" was a Viking assembly where all free men had voice and vote in matters of lawmaking and judicial proceedings. So speak your piece!

You should search for my name on Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other respectable search engines as often as electricly possible, because my insight and thoughtful articles crop up on The American Spectator, Touchstone's Mere Comments, and other very nice sites. Go ahead and search for my name now. I'll wait.