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Wright is known for his outspoken conservative Christian views, which often puts him at odds with more liberal-leaning mainstream writers.

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Wright is known for his outspoken conservative Christian views, which often puts him at odds with more liberal-leaning mainstream writers.
writers. [[http://www.scifiwright.com/2011/10/the-watchtowers-of-atlantis-tremble/ Also for wanting to punch Terry Pratchett.]]

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Wright is known for his outspoken conservative Christian views, which often puts him at odds with more liberal-leaning mainstream writers.


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John C. Wright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer, and the husband of fantasy writer Creator/LJagiLamplighter.

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John C. Wright (born John Charles Justin Wright, October 22, 1961) is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer, and the husband of fantasy writer Creator/LJagiLamplighter.

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* ''Literature/{{Superluminary}}'' (2016-2017)

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* ''Literature/MothAndCobweb''

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* ''Literature/{{Somewhither}}'' (2015)

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* ''Transhuman and Subhuman: Essays on Science Fiction and Awful Truth'' (2014)
* ''Literature/AwakeInTheNightLand'' (2014)
* ''One Bright Star to Guide Them'' (2014)
* ''City Beyond Time: Tales of the Fall of Metachronopolis'' (2014)
* ''The Book of Feasts & Seasons'' (2014)


John C. Wright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer.

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John C. Wright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer.
writer, and the husband of fantasy writer Creator/LJagiLamplighter.


JohnCWright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer.

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JohnCWright John C. Wright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer.

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JohnCWright is an American science-fiction and fantasy writer.

!!His works
* ''Literature/TheGoldenOecumene'' (2002-2003)
* ''Literature/WarOfTheDreaming'' (2004-2005)
* ''Literature/ChroniclesOfChaos'' (2005-2007)
* ''Null-A Continuum'' (2008, sequel to Creator/AEVanVogt's ''The World of Null-A'')
* ''Literature/CountToTheEschaton'' (2011-)
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