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What You’ll Find Here

This blog is a platform for the authors See Sharp Press has published in recent years. We occasionally post book excerpts from upcoming or new books, but more often publish new writing by our authors.

We cover a wide variety of topics, but our primary stock in trade is religion (from an atheist viewpoint), politics (from an antiauthoritarian viewpoint), and humor. (“I mock, therefore I am.”)  We also put up posts on music, writing, sex, language, economics, and other topics when the mood strikes; and we frequently post science fiction book and movie reviews.

We post almost every day, so if you don’t like what you see here today, please check back tomorrow.

To send us love letters, hate mail, or anything in between, write to us at info(at)seesharppress(dot)com. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Comments
  1. William Cerf says:

    Glad to see you have a BLOG.

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  2. Digging the ideas on this blog. Definitely following.

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  3. Nick V. says:

    Great stuff on here!

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  4. ginnawings says:

    Wow, just checked You out. Thanks for the link… sharing this!!! Your fellow anarchist.

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  5. Arizona must be a grim tho, eh? How about a two week house swap with Brighton UK. Enjoyed your submissions page, working it all out. All the best.

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    • Actually there are a lot of good things about Arizona: beautiful desert and mountain regions, the arts scenes in Phoenix in Tucson, a lot of left-leaning political activism, and the world’s best Mexican food. The problem here is the suburbs surrounding Phoenix. The Phoenix metro region has about five-and-a-half million people, accounting for roughly 85% of the state’s population, with four-and-ahalf million of ’em in the bat-shit crazy, right-wing suburbs. They dominate state politics and are largely responsible giving Arizona a bad name.

      Brighton in the summer sounds like it’d be delightful, but I’m a homebody and somehow I doubt that you’d enjoy the 40-plus degree temperatures with high humidity that are common here most of the summer. (Don’t believe ’em when they say, “It’s a dry heat.”)

      Thanks for the comment.

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      • Such a lovely answer. I really appreciate that. I’ll go do some research on Arizona. All the best with your thing and I’m coming to read the books, buy one too when the cash rolls in, all the best

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  6. suki nixon says:

    You do know the technology exists to fabricate dreams and visions.

    sukinixon1234.blogspot.com

    8.5.16

    p.s. it’ll keep you out of jail. be smart. do AA.

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