flannery o’connor

September 29, 2012

The Long Truth of Short Stories

Non-writers, or writers who don’t do fiction, often have a misconception about fictional forms.  Short stories are seen as an apprenticeship of sorts—you start out writing […]
September 28, 2012

Flannery O’Connor & The Terrible Speed of Mercy: A Book Review

Our book reviewer today is Autumn, one of our current interns here at Redeemedreader.com.  She is a sophomore at a small liberal arts college here in […]
September 26, 2012

What Flannery O’Connor Can Tell Us About Teaching Literature

Near the beginning of her essay, “The Teaching of Literature” (in Mystery and Manners), Flannery O’Connor writes that fiction has no dearth of critics, because everyone […]
September 25, 2012

Interview with Jonathan Rogers: Flannery O’Connor, Violence, and Mercy

MEET THE AUTHORS Jonathan Rogers is not only one of the most talented Christian writers for kids’ today (see our review of The Charlatan’s Boy), he’s […]