- Announcements of where I'll be appearing to speak
- Announcements of all new publications by or about me
- Choice excerpts from my email and forum postings to fans and detractors
And keep your eye on this inaugural post. Below are all the sites on the web that tell you about me or that link to my work. Since some of these URLs will change over time, I will update everything below so you can always come back here to find where my stuff has gone.
- Naturalism as a Worldview : Expands and answers questions about my book Sense and Goodness without God and my whole philosophy of life.
- Richard Carrier's FAQs : Links to all my Frequently Asked Questions lists, especially on the three chapters I wrote for The Empty Tomb: Jesus Beyond the Grave.
- Richard Carrier's Official Website : My home page, wherever it is now.
- The Secular Web Library : Links to all the articles I have written for the Secular Web on religion and philosophy, including a bio page.
- Amazon Connect : As a published author, Amazon.com gives me an official author's page, with lots of biographical data.
- IMDB Profile : Since I appeared in the film The God Who Wasn't There, I have an official Internet Movie Database profile.
- Wikipedia : Yes, I'm famous enough to be listed in Wikipedia. No, I did not create or write my own entry there. But it's usually reasonably accurate.
- MySpace : Personally I hate MySpace, but my wife kindly maintains a small bio page for me there, since that's where my fans often look for me. I far more frequently attend my page on FaceBook.
If there are any other pages about me that I missed (hostile or friendly), please let me know, so I can add them to the master list above.
What am I up to now? For those who are curious, when I launched this blog I was still writing my dissertation for Columbia University, but making good progress on it. I intend to publish it after I graduate, most likely with the title The Scientist in the Early Roman Empire, about the attitudes of various social groups toward natural philosophers and their aims and goals under Roman rule, including early Christian views as well as those of the pagan elite, philosophers, and commoners. I have an endless stream of potential books planned after that, on philosophy and ancient history, but right now I am focused only on completing my dissertation.