Keith Preston interviews Andy Nowicki. Topics include:
- Andy’s intellectual migration away from liberalism and the left towards the alternative right;
- His career as a writer and author of four books including his latest, Under the Nihil;
- His affinity for Catholic traditionalism and the current crisis of faith in Western civilization;
- Mormonism as the last bastion of a thriving religious community in Western culture;
- The importance of the transcendent to human culture and civilization;
- His recent trip to South Africa, the present condition of the Afrikaaner people, and the hypocrisy of Western liberals who denounced the white-led regimes in South Africa and Rhodesia while ignoring atrocities and oppression sponsored by black-led anti-colonial regimes.
Andy Nowicki is the author of the novels Considering Suicide, The Columbine Pilgrim, The Doctor and the Heretic. He is a regular contributor to The Last Ditch, and has published work for New Oxford Review and American Renaissance. He teaches college-level English and lives in Savannah, Georgia, with his wife and two children. He also intermittently contributes to his blog when the spirit moves him to do so.