Welcome to the Armchairblasphemy.com podcast and blog. This site features the work of the contributors who podcast and blog regularly on politics, culture and religion. Stay tuned for regular blog posts and short essays on a variety of subjects. Find us on iTunes and subscribe to our podcast!
Edwin Lyngar is the host of the Armchair Blasphemy podcast and a current contributor to Salon.com writing about politics, religions and culture.
He graduated from Antioch University in 2010 with his MFA in creative writing and also holds an MA in Writing from the University of Nevada Reno. His essays have also appeared in newspapers, periodicals and journals. Friend Edwin on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.
RobRoy McCandless has been a writer both professionally and creatively for nearly two decades. He was born under a wandering star that led to a degree in Communication and English with a focus on creative writing. He is the author of the award winning urban fantasy novel “Tears of Heaven” and “Hell Become Her” (due 2015). His short stories have appeared in “In Shambles” , “Nine Heroes: Tales of Heroic Fantasy” and “Gears, Gadgets and Steam”. He continues to research and write historical and genre fiction, battle sprinklers, and play with his three boys.
Dr. Rick Incognito, Contributing Editor
Dr. Richard Incognito is an actual medical doctor, but he doesn’t let that stand in his way. He’s often pretentious, over-bearing, suspicious, irrational, short tempered, jealous and slow to forgive, but at least he’s wrong more than he’s right. He is a daddy, a sci fi enthusiast, a computer geek, a filthy liberal, an ex fundamentalist christian, a gun nut, an amateur blacksmith, a novice bowyer/fletcher, and an atheist. He is also a veteran of the US Army, in which he was an enlisted medic.