John C. Wright’s Holiday Guest Post Story

This year, John was short on time, so he posted one of my stories for his annual Christmas/New Year piece of free fiction.

This story comes from the background of a yet unpublished series called Against the Dying of the Light.

The goal of Superversive fiction by L. Jagi Lamplighter

L. Jagi Lamplighter is showing why Superversive fiction matters so much in The Goal of Superversive.

This is what the Superversive Literary Movement is for—to whisper to the future Trisha’s, Don’s, and Andrea’s that miracles are possible.

That hope is not a cheat.

The goal of the Superversive is to bring hope, where there is no hope; to bring courage, where without courage, hope would never be manifested.

The goal of the Superversive is to be light to a benighted world.

The goal of the Superversive is:

To Tell the Truth

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The Art of Courage, the original Superversive essay by Tom Simon

One of the earliest articles outlining the idea of superversive fiction was by Tom Simon who blogs over at Bondwine and was published by L. Jagi Lamplighter. He outlines the idea of Superversive Fiction in The Art of Courage. Tom also has an essay in the latest Sci Phi Journal about the good as found in the Lord of the Rings.

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