Author and CLFA friend and member Jon Garett writes to tell us of the newly released anthology, Echoes of Liberty (The Clarion Call Book 2): History rings with the notes of liberty- if we know how to listen. Echoes of Liberty presents 16 stories of liberty from our past, or the past that might have been in … More Agorist Writers’ Workshop releases 2nd annual anthology
Originally posted on Fermenting Politics:
Yes the November election is shaping up to be a choice between cyanide and arsenic. But fear not. The folks over at the Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance have a Booknado to help you forget all of your troubles What’s a Booknado? Well, it’s like a book-bomb, but a slight chance…
Raging across a darkened land, the CLFA Booknado rips out stale, lefty establishment fiction by the roots and blasts in the new, the positive, and the bargain-priced! Batten down the hatches; the long-suppressed winds of culture change are blowing free in a whirlwind of fresh air! Click on the book image to read more & shop: NEW RELEASES The … More It’s the CLFA September Booknado!
Originally posted on According To Hoyt:
An Embarrassment of Books – Freerange Oyster ? Welcome back, Huns and Hoydens, to another fabulous weekend Promo Post! I’ve been inundated with submissions this week, mostly new names and faces. Behold, Hoyt’s Horde expands! We hope all of you newcomers will stick around: the Horde of Huns is…
Great news! CLFA is not the only organization to take heed of Breitbart’s “Politics is downstream from culture” admonition. If you haven’t heard of Taliesen Nexus, you need to check them out and subscribe to their newsletter. TalNexus is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating collaboration between the various people needed to create pro-freedom movies, at the professional … More Freedom-Loving Writers Workshop wraps up in NYC
Administrative note: CLFA member and Liberty Island-published author Michael Sheldon sent us his personal thoughts on September 11. With his permission, we are reprinting them here. Friends, Here’s a picture of the East River that I took from the World Trade Center observation deck sometime in the late 1970s. It all looks peaceful and quiet … More Reflections on the Battle of NYC – September 11, 2001
The CLFA is dedicated to the creation and promotion of stories. Stories are the vessel of what humanity knows – and we mean really knows – in its subconscious, its conscience, and its very soul. While the CLFA specializes in the written word, we are ardent believers in the power of film to tell important stories and to inform the … More The Story of September 11
Over at her blog, Marina’s Musings, CLFA Co-Founder and author Marina Fontaine teases out the cultural ramifications of the new Dragon Awards for those of us who love fiction. She names several important takeaways, but this one in particular is close to our hearts: Why are the above examples important? Because they show to those of … More Why the Dragon Awards matter
We at CLFA are just chuffed that so many worthy authors were honored with historic first-ever Dragon Awards. Unlike some awards, the Dragons represent the actual voice of the fans and are not a reflection of trendiness, industry wishfulness, agenda, or political correctness. Rather, these are just good stories. Here are some links … More Dragon Awards go to books people actually want to read!