Editor & Publisher
Christopher DeGroot is a journalist, essayist, poet, satirist, and aphorist. He writes a weekly column for Taki’s Magazine. His work has also appeared in Spectator USA, The American Spectator, The Daily Caller, American Thinker, Frontpage Magazine, New English Review, Jacobite Magazine, The Unz Review, VoegelinView, Splice Today, Ygdrasil, A Journal of the Poetic Arts, and Expansive Poetry Online. His Twitter handle is @CEGrotius.
Peter Y. Paik (Jo Han) is a writer and scholar living in Seoul, South Korea. He is the author of From Utopia to Apocalypse: Science Fiction and the Politics of Catastrophe, and the co-editor of Debt: Ethics, the Environment, and the Economy. His work has appeared in The Korea Times, New English Review, and The Valve. He has written scholarly articles on the idea of spiritual aristocracy, modernity in South Korea, the role of belief in secularism, and political theology.
Jennifer Reeser is the author of six poetry collections. Her latest, Indigenous, was recently published by Able Muse Press. Her poems, essays, literary criticism, and translations of French, Russian, Cherokee, and various Native American languages have appeared in venues including Poetry, The Hudson Review, National Review, First Things, Rattle, and Chronicles. Her website is www.jenniferreeser.com and her Twitter handle is @_JenniferReeser.
Robert Calco is writing a book on political economy as America’s founders understood it. The book challenges conventional wisdom about free trade and the so-called post-national world order. Some of his articles at American Greatness provide a sense of what the book aims to accomplish.
Anthony Esolen is a writer, social commentator, translator of classical poetry, and professor of English Renaissance and classical literature at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. He is the author of twenty-four books and numerous articles in such publications as Modern Age, The Catholic World Report, Chronicles, Claremont Review of Books, Public Discourse, First Things, Crisis Magazine, The Catholic Thing, and Touchstone, where he is a senior editor.
Paul Gottfried is Raffensperger Professor of Humanities Emeritus at Elizabethtown College, where he taught for twenty-five years. He writes for many websites and scholarly journals and is the author of thirteen books, most recently Fascism: The Career of a Concept and Revisions and Dissents. He is the founder and president of the H.L. Mencken Club, an organization for independent-minded intellectuals of the Right that meets annually near Baltimore.
Scott Beauchamp is a writer, poet, and critic. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, American Affairs, The American Conservative, The Baffler, The New Criterion, the Dublin Review of Books, The Paris Review, and elsewhere. His first book, Did You Kill Anyone?, will be published in January, 2020. His Twitter handle is @stb5g5.