FEMINISM VERSUS FEMININE GENIUS

I'm currently re-reading Unpopular Opinions, Dorothy L. Sayers' superb selection of essays, and have been blown away once again by her sheer genius. The essays on the Christian Aesthetic and the Creative Mind, reflecting her discussion of these issues in her seminal Mind of the Maker, are simply and profoundly sublime. And whilst I'm singing her praises, I should also laud her masterful notes to her own translation of Dante's Divine Comedy, which are the epitome of Thomistic applicability and succinctness.
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LAUGHTER AND THE LOVE OF FRIENDS: AN ELEGY ON THE ENGLISH PUB

I'm pleased to see an elegiac defence of the English Pub in a recent issue of The Economist. The fact that it is written by the journal's obituary editor might be seen as portentous. The truth is that the traditional English pub is endangered, like the nation that gave it birth.
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Radio Interview on My Latest Book

I’ve just given an hour-long radio interview with the wonderful Jesuit, Fr. Robert McTeigue, discussing my new book Literature: What Every Catholic Should Know:

Link to the broadcast as streaming audio, with resources list:

https://www.thestationofthecross.com/event/literature-catholics-should-know/

Link to the broadcast as podcast:

https://s3.amazonaws.com/TheStationoftheCross/Podcasts/TheCatholicCurrent/2019/May/TCC-052119.mp3