Jon Del Arroz
Jon Del Arroz
Jon Del Arroz
Jon Del Arroz is a multi-award-nominated author and this summer released his YA fantasy, "For Steam And Country," to critical and reader acclaim. His most recent novella, "Gravity of the Game," is an exploration of baseball's future as humanity expands to the stars. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and can be found at: Twitter: @jondelarroz @otomo.
Yes, A GQ Writer Actually Called Taylor Swift’s Cover Of ‘September’ ‘Hate Speech’

The left-wing’s echo chamber of the internet is outraged at Swift’s new cover of Earth, Wind & Fire’s ‘September,’ which she released on Spotify.

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Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston resurrect sci-fi the whole family can enjoy in the show hosted by BYUtv. I talked to Johnston about the show.

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Instead of quietly discriminating as they’ve done in the past, now the Left is pushing to publicly shame artists and actors, including blacklisting people like Kevin Sorbo from public appearances.

The Manufactured Outrage At Marvel’s New Editor In Chief Is Just A Power Play

C.B. Cebulski is the victim of manufactured identity politics outrage, in an attempt to get him fired before his work as editor in chief even begins.

3 Reasons Baseball Will Lose Big If National Anthem Protests Catch On

If Oakland As catcher Bruce Maxwell’s grandstanding spreads to the rest of the MLB, baseball is at a much greater risk for its survival than the NFL is. Here’s why.

How Never-Satisfied Social Justice Mobs Are Ruining YA Book Publishing

As we’ve seen in Hollywood, television, and comics, young adult fiction audiences have been tuning out of the traditional platforms and seeking independent entertainment.

How To Keep Your Online Browsing Unfiltered By Political Propaganda

By pushing so hard against half of the country, tech companies may have shown an Achilles heel, allowing freedom-centric competitors to get their feet in the door.

Forcing Political Correctness On Employees And Characters Is Killing Marvel Comics

Their comic books have lost their core of good storytelling, and are instead pandering to social justice warriors and offering phony diversity pushes.