Hope this is the right forum for this, but it seemed like an apologetics matter. For the last six years or so, I’ve published short fiction in the horror genre with reasonable success (hence the screen name). Since coming back to my Catholic faith, both spiritually and intellectually, most of my reading has been apologetics stuff. Over the last year, I’ve become more and more disconnected with the horror stuff for two reasons. For one, I hadn’t been writing stuff I’d want my kids to read. Secondly, I’ve felt that if God gave me the ability to engage people with my writing, I should be using it in his honor. I’ve decided to move into Catholic fiction. While I don’t assume I’ll write a blockbuster, we need more popular fiction out there evangelizing and defending the faith in light of all the **** that The Da Vinci Code, the Left Behind series, and other popular titles are spreading. The problem: while I got to know the horror markets, both magazines and anthologies, inside and out, I feel like I’m wandering in the dark with the Catholic market. Anyone know of good online resources or magazines that would be open to Catholic fiction (I don’t want to write non-denominational stuff just to attract readers – the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but . . .)? Anyone else out there write fiction and willing to touch base with a newcomer to the Catholic publishing world? Curious to see what sort of responses I get out of this, if any.