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UnApologetics – Issue No. 1
Although we are a digital-first media outlet, we still believe in the humble beauty and power of print, so, we decided to combine digital and print to coincide with the podcast and the material available on the website. In our debut issue we have an article and a few poems from Anthony Mondal (featured on Episode 9), an article about sustainable farming from Dakota Bergy, and an article about private police forces from Adam Jones as well as other supplemental material.
As of right now, this is a digital-only publication. If you become a patron on Patreon you will receive a physical copy.
$1.00 (USD) per copy
A Burst of Sunshine – Anthony Mondal
Anthony Mondal is a modern poet and writer, and considers himself simply an artist beyond the confines of nationality and religion. He published his first book of poems, Dialogues with My Self (ISBN 1-58915-022-8), under a different name. He lived in New York City for almost ten years where he also pursued Acting and Song writing. He appeared in the film Sabrina and the TV show “Strangers with Candy” (2000) and was in the poetry videos “Wake Up Call and “The Blessed Rain” when he lived in London; available on YouTube. He received his BA in geology from Calvin College in 1995. He worked in WTC One in 2001. He is working on an existential novel tentatively named “In Search Of” and other writing projects. A Burst of Sunshine is his second published book.
In the Land of God – Adam Jones
Abraham and Sarah moved to the town of New Canaan, Illinois, to start a new life and raise their twin sons, Isaac and Ishmael. The worst wars are fought between brothers, and soon they have to make a choice: peace or self destruction. Set during the early 20th century with World War I and the Great Depression as backdrops, this multi-generational family saga explores the all-consuming, destructive nature of conflict, and the ultimate consequences of it.