Monday, February 15, 2010

Submissions for Carnival of the Godless

I will be hosting the Carnival of the Godless #136 on February 28th. The previous edition is up at Homologous Legs.

If any of my readers are not aware of this carnival (I haven't participated in a while), it's a great place to get your writing in front of a large audience of atheists, agnostics, skeptics, secularists and even some religious believers.

I would like to strongly encourage my readers to consider making a submission. You don't even have to be an atheist; according to the guidelines,
There are plenty of theists who blog from a godless perspective. We welcome their posts. We will even consider posts criticizing godlessness in general, or atheism in particular. We recognize that there are some damned interesting theists out there who will have written relevant posts.

I'd like to make this the Best. Edition. Ever.

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