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The We Built That Network.com was founded by tireless advocates for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Featuring four fabulous shows produced by passionate, liberty-minded hosts, the WBTN network is dedicated to restoring the foundation, reigniting the passion and reviving the exceptionalism. And yes Mr. President, we built that!

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Host Declan Finn is joined by novelist Brad R Torgersen, where they will discuss religion in science fiction and fantasy, as well as religion in the modern secular 21st century American landscape, spiritual themes in a technological society, and how science can only ever answer the ?How? while we (as a species) often need religion to answer the ?Why.? In short: We're going to have so much fun. Brad R. Torgersen is a prolific science fiction author who first broke into print in 2010, with a double debut in the pages of Analog magazine, and the 26th volume of Writers of the Future. Since that time he's either won or been nominated for numerous awards, including three readers' choice awards from Analog, and has published in various magazines, e-zines, and anthologies. His novel, The Chaplain's War, from Baen Books, hit print at the end of 2014. In addition to being a science fiction author, Brad is also a Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Army Reserve, and returned from overseas deployment earlier in 2016. Married for over twenty years, Brad makes his home in Utah.

On-Demand Episodes

Declan Finn will have various and sundry spies reporting from WorldCon, discussing the state of the convention, and the Hugos. Who went insane this year? How much DID Vox Day win? Why were most of the the award winners... more

Jason Rennie of Sci Phi Journal comes on the Catholic Geek to discuss Scifi, philosophy, and perhaps, some awards. Jason Rennie is a software engineer by day and by night edits Sci Phi Journal and helps run the website... more

Bokerah Brumley arrives to discuss participating in anthologies. Perhaps she'll be able to tell Declan how to play well with others. Bokerah Brumley is a speculative fiction writer making stuff up on a trampoline in West Texas. When she's not... more

John C. Wright and L. Jagi Lamplighter return to discuss superversive fiction, their work, and whatever else that might pop up. John C. Wright is the author of Iron Chamber of Memory, Count to a Trillion, and Somewhither. He is is a retired... more

Hugo Award Nominee (John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer), Brian Neimeier, joins us to discuss his books, and perhaps discussing his experience with the Hugo Awards. We'll also get to talk about his radio program,... more

Jasyn Jones, the great and powerful Daddy Warpig of Geek Gab, will be joining Declan Finn for a rousing conversation on gaming. Along the way, we'll probably have some conversations on GamerGate, the state of gaming in... more

Hello, sports fans! This week's guest host will be Matthew Bowman, SF&F editor and founder of The Catholic Geeks. With Declan offline for the weekend, it's time for a tag-team swtich-hit in the ninth inning while only ten yards from the... more

Jonathan LaForce joins us to discuss how to create proper military characters in science fiction and fantasy. Building proper military characters in science fiction and fantasy, including ranks, behaviors and attitudes. A former Marine... more

Erin Lale will be on the Catholic Geek in order to discuss Civil War, and the stupid around Captain America in the comics. She will also discuss her book The Planet of the Magi. Erin Lale is an author and editor. She's a frequent contributor to... more

Tom Tinney joins us for the first time as he discusses his book Blood of Invidia, Crowdfunding, promoting on social media for Writers, as well as Super hero movies and SciFi Detective Noir WEBisodes. Tom ?PiR8 ? Tinney is the... more