Catholic Literary Writing is, as the name suggests, artful; artful in the
absence of formula, in the weight of the prose, and, importantly, in its
addressing, without censor, that which is true to the human experience.
Catholic Literary Writing is, "Literary, yet artfully overt."
Someone give these people a medal. I've been waiting to hear something like this for ages now, at least outside the conference room at Dappled Things
, of course. (I mean, the virtual conference room. We don't have a real one.) For more, see Leoness Books
: "Not Your Daddy's Catholic Publisher." They're currently doing a novel contest