Paleocrat and The Distributist Review
Great minds think alike… and often times flock together.
I had a chat with John Medaille of The Distributist Review this evening. What began as a simple inquiry into The Review’s submission policies turned into an open invite for yours truly to be an official contributor. As the idea of working towards a more unified Distributist voice on the internet has been floating around in the forefront of my mind for some time now, the answer was a no-brainer. I accepted, we shared some ideas, and now my name appears next to the likes of Medaille, Athanaius, Tom Laney, and Richard Aleman.
Having listed these names makes me wonder… what exactly was John on when he asked me aboard??? In all seriousness, it is a real honor to be asked to work with John and the rest of those at The Distributist Review. I hope to make new friends, broaden our network, and contribute even a small part towards restoring all things in King Christ.
For The Paleocrat Tribune Kool-Aid drinkers:
Most of the material I post on The Review will first be posted here. I will also post material on this site that may not fit the particular format of The Review. At any rate, I will continue being just as active on The Paleocrat Tribune as I have since its inception.
NOTE: The Paleocrat Tribune invites those interested in becoming contributors to e-mail us at email@example.com.
Written by Paleocrat
January 4, 2009 at 11:47 pm
Tagged with Arthur Penty, Belloc, Catholic Social Doctrine, Catholic Social Teaching, Chesterton, Distributism, Jeremiah Bannister, John Medaille, Paleo Radio, Paleocrat, Richard Aleman, The Chesterbelloc Mandate, The Distributist Review, The Society of Distributism, Tom Laney
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