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Gregory Borse

Gregory Borse

Monticello, Arkansas

Gregory Borse has a Ph.D. in English and teaches literature, philosophy, & film at the University of Arkansas in Monticello. His influences include Chesterton, Tolkien, Lewis, Eco, & Michael Crichton.

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Gregory Borse is an Associate Professor of English and Philosophy at a small university in a large university system in the Midwest.  He has previously published an anthology on World Literature (Other Canons: A Selection of Non-Western Literary Masterpieces, FountainHead, 2012)  as well as a chapter on Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Stephen Frear's "The Grifters."  He has presented on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, William Faulkner, as well as the Oral and the Literate in the Age of the Internet.  He is married and resides with his wife and some of his children (those who have yet to reach escape velocity) and a very smart heterochromiatic Border Collie, appropriately named Bowie. The Incorruptibles is his first novel.

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Update #16 - 13 Days and Counting Down Feb. 27, 2018

Hello Incorruptibili!

13 days left in this campaign and I'm counting down to 250 pre-orders!  Thank you!  Only 91 to go.  We've already achieved the milestone of having "The Incorruptibles" queried to 30 MORE publishers in just 13 days.  If we get 250 pre-orders, then that number will move up to 40.  I think (and I hope you agree) that "The Incorruptibles" deserves the best possible publisher that it can get.  We want one that will see it to the widest audience that appreciates a cerebral thriller that takes seriously not only history, but the implications of the deepest predictions about human destiny contained in Holy Scripture.  I was inspired to write this novel because of something C.S. Lewis once asked about the deepest fears we have when we hear the most fundamental stories about the human condition:  "What if olde faerie tales, after all, are true?"  Indeed.

So, please continue to promote this book and tell your friends and family to pre-order it.  It deserves as wide a reading as Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code," which was extraordinary and unnecessarily anti-Catholic and anti-Christian.  "The Incorruptibles" tells the story of one possible deep meaning of the most important events of the 20th century and posits a foundation for the horrors in store for us in the coming century.  "The Incorruptibles" stands as an argument that a literary understanding of the big events of our history offers the possibility for grasping those deep meanings that only story-telling is ever brave enough to express--and it does so among a very skeptical set of characters--believers who wish NOT to have to embrace the meaning of what they already believe, but may be forced to as their enemies participate in the coming to pass of things predicted long, long ago.

Thanks again for all your support!  Please tell your friends and family!

With gratitude--

Gregory Borse, author,

"The Incorruptibles: A Novel"