Nothing Threatens the Left Like the Right Fighting the Culture War

Posted on July 8, 2014 11:00 am

Since Adam Bellow wrote his article in the National Review about conservative fiction and the culture war, he’s gotten quite a bit of pushback from the the left (here, here, and here). There is quite a bit the left finds threatening about this, as they like to see themselves as the ones with new and revolutionary ideas, but the “conservative” label almost fits them more these days as they’re all stuck on stale, old ideas, and it’s the right that threatens to bring something new.

Anyway, I wonder what the reaction will be when Liberty Island publishes its first novel, Superego, by me, Frank J. Fleming. Hopefully everyone right and left will love it. You’d have to be a horrible person not to. And you can still preorder it by giving to the Liberty Island PubSlush campaign. Just ten days left to get the rewards.

Also, I do have another humor book coming out in November, Punch Your Inner Hippie, so save your pennies for all my books. I’m a book writer now, I guess.

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6 Responses to “Nothing Threatens the Left Like the Right Fighting the Culture War”

  1. blarg says:


    Just out of curiosity, is there a reason you didn’t want to publish with Baen? They publish a lot of conservative authors.

  2. Frank J. says:


    I did submit to Baen, but Liberty Island had been enthusiastic about my novel since the beginning.

  3. blarg says:

    Well, far be it for me to say there’s anything wrong with having TWO outlets for conservative authors :)

    You got my support!

  4. Jimmy says:

    Book writer… and future President.

    Title of next book:

    “Why Obama Should Be Impeached And Frank J. Should Be President.”

  5. J.M. Heinrichs says:


  6. Iowa Jim says:

    You’d have to be a horrible person not to.

    I’ll bet you say that to all the girls.

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