I’ve just gotten to the final section of the book I’m now calling Neoreaction: A Basilisk. Plans for release exist, and it’ll be out sooner than you think. Indeed, probably sooner than Last War in Albion Book One, though I got the first set of pages for that off to Jane this week as well. Now to confront the horror that is “Fearful Symmetry.”
Anyone done their Hugo ballots yet? Post what you’ve got in comments.
Oh, fine, three shorter-than-a-sentence excerpts from Neoreaction: A Basilisk:
Gödel, Escher, Bach, which is what nerdy teenagers in the 1980s read instead of Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality, largely to their credit.
the contemporary pagan community, which includes a white nationalist strain in the Nazi occultist tradition, of turning to European folklore to escape the corruption of Jew-tainted Christianity in amidst the NPR-listening Wiccans with artisan granola businesses
what other terms can Satan’s rebellion be described in besides “dude took the red pill hard?”