Recommended by Tony Zentelis
Brady's project "Think on These Things" will have you doing exactly that - thinking - and I mean that in the best possible way. His series on etymology and interpretation of words is especially intriguing, and he also is a talented fiction writer.
When you read Theofuturism, you can't help but feel a deep sense of optimism and hope for the future of mankind. This is a difficult sentiment to convey in today's seemingly perpetually dark landscape, yet Pr0ph3t executes this sentiment well. Christians and non-Christians alike have much to learn from his prose.
I'm hesitant to be "that guy" that says we need more poetry in the online writing landscape, but after reading some of David's latest posts, I will say it: we need more poetry in the online writing landscape. Good thing we have David leading the way.
Olli, aka the Finnish Meat Guy, is the definition of a cool guy, and his recently published home cooking guide is a perfect example of this definition. Who knew the intersection of cuisine and masterful prose could be so fun? Looking forward to what's next for Olli.
Ivan's short fiction is surreal, hilarious, and downright jaw-dropping at times. It never ceases to amaze me that his first language is not English, and his translations of forgotten-about pieces from Russian literature are top notch as well. There is hints of Dostoevsky in the Bazaar Of Bizarre.
What Tom has done in such a short time with the Soaring Twenties Social club is nothing short of spectacular. I am fairly confident that I would not be where I am today as a writer if I had not stumbled upon Tom and his vision. Oh, and did I mention he also happens to be an excellent writer himself?