An Interview with Author and Philosopher Brett Stevens

  So I’m starting a new feature of my site. It’s a series of interviews focusing on interesting and unique writers, artists, thinkers and whatever that I find on Gab.ai. Our first interview comes from a young Alt-Right thinker and philosopher named Brett Stevens. Brett has written a fascinating book on Nihilism called “Nihilism: A Philosophy Based on Nothingness and …

What is a “Real Author” Anyway?

In the previous post, my advice on writing, someone said it was “dishonest” to call myself an author since I self-publish, and then went on to ask if I’ve published anything since 2013. The next day on Gab a woman going by the handle @donna told me something similar. It may be my opinion of myself but that doesn’t make …

Some Things I Know About Writing

I’m a novelist. And Friday Oct 14th is the three year anniversary of the publication of my first novel, Autumn Leaves: A Novel of Old Japan. To celebrate this I’ll be making the book free from the 14th to the 18th on Amazon and several other places. (I’ll probably do a post on where to find it). So here are …

I’m Making Autumn Leaves Free for a Week

I am a novelist. My first work was published on the night of October 13, 2013. So to celebrate the novel’s anniversary and fresh edit I’m giving the ebook away for free on Amazon and via Smashwords (and the stores it delivers to). You can get the novel off Amazon by clicking here. So what is it about you may …

“Why Do You Hate?” – Said Every Liberal Professor Ever

Everyone divides the world, for the sake of our little brains, into easy to process bites. For those on the right this divide comes in the form of good/evil. For those on the left it takes the embodiment of love/hate. Now this is not to say that the leftie gremlins don’t hate. They do, as anyone who has worn a …

World of Warcraft – Legion: Is Blizzard Secretly Red Pilled? Naaa

I’ve been playing World of Warcraft since 2005. In that time I’ve learned a lot of things from my guilds and exploring the lore of the game. But having leveled two toons to 110 for Legion, and going through the Broken Isles quest chain twice, I can tell you that Blizzard’s devs may have been reading up on some alt-right …

The Slow Red Pill: My Journey from Libertarian to Alt-Right

When I was about sixteen I was reading everything I could find that was considered “classic literature” because I was dissatisfied with the curriculum in my honors American Lit and British Lit classes. We were only reading excerpts from “great books.” In the Nicomachean Ethics I read of a concept called Eudaimonism , sometimes translated as well-being or happiness. This …

Individualism, Collectivism and the Alt-Right

So Charlotte is burning. A black cop shot a black man with a gun and black people rioted, blocking the highway, destroying property, and hurting people. As of this writing, I do not believe anyone was gravely injured in the riots. At the heart of this is a very civil rights era American question, are we to judge an individual …

Thank You Chris Metzen, for Giving Me More Time With My Brother

Chris Metzen has announced his retirement. I’m not shocked, but I am happy for him, and thankful for the role he played in my life. I’m a gamer, and have been since I was about five years old when my mom left my brother and I to play arcade games at Mr. Gatti’s Pizza. My mom worked for a computer …

Alt-Right Entryism and a Lesson from Metallica

When I was in elementary school some friends and I got ahold of Metallica’s “Ride the Lightning.” This was the beginning of my love of metal. Eventually I became a musician playing in metal bands in my hometown and even opening for some big name bands. Life was fun. I had friends, not too many, and I wasn’t going to …