Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Is There Such a Thing as Conservative Nonfiction?

This delightful nugget is from a conservative interview with conservative novelist Michael P. Tremoglie (who styles himself another Natty Bumpo -- the Hawkeye of Last of the Mohicans. Check out the photo and decide for yourself):

Conservative non-fiction has been very successful. There are many best-selling books from authors that span the continuum from Russell Kirk to Ann Coulter. While there are publishers of conservative nonfiction, Regnery for example, there are virtually none for conservative fiction, a venue that will reach a wider audience.

Hint: here's a link to the largest publisher of conservative fiction.

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1 comment:

lucretia said...

Michael Tremoglie would be happier in the 19th Century--and has he met Anne Rice yet?