About the Title

Ὁι Λόγοι (pronounced hoi LAW-goi) is ancient Greek, meaning literally "Words" or "The Words." Beyond the literal, however, λόγος for a Greek ultimately came to mean truth and reason. St. John the Evangelist, who wrote in Greek, used the word λόγος to refer to the Second Person of the Trinity for this very reason.

This more metaphysical meaning has nothing whatsoever to do with what I'm about here. This is, quite literally, more or less a string of words on topics that may relate to politics, theology, philosophy, a combination of the three, or interesting things I come upon while working on my novel. I'll try to keep the "writing about writing" to a minimum, though - mainly because after having read so much by writers about writing, I've found very little unique that I didn't pick up by reading writers' writing.