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I’m starting to appreciate the short timeline of this thing. Just 72 hours to go before the deadline, I can’t wait to be done. Not just because it’s monopolized my time and attention for four months, but because I’m driving myself crazy running up a sand dune.

This book is supposed to give a snapshot of atheism today (among many other things), but atheism won’t stand still. Every time I finish a chapter, there’s news that trumps what I wrote. I quoted the nonreligious numbers from ARIS in several chapters (15.1% of the US), only to have the Pew study bump that to 20%. I try to count the heads of SSA chapters and they keep growing new heads. I said there was one atheist in Congress. Then he lost his seat after 40 years. Then I found out an Arizona rep, Kyrsten Sinema, is an out atheist…but her race was too close to call. Then they called it, and she won. So there’s one atheist in Congress, but I have to change the name.

And what if John Boehner suddenly comes out?

It goes on like this. I have an errata sheet as long as my arm, and I can fix those during the author review period between now and December 18. But who knows how much will change by the time the book comes out in March?

It’s a good time to be writing about the movement. Much more exciting than it was even ten years ago. I’ll just have to insert the phrase “At this writing…” before every number, name, and fact in the damn thing.

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  1. Glad you’re almost to the top of that dune, Dale.

    I suppose most non-fiction books are out of date even before they’re published, no? At least you’re not writing about science!

    Really looking forward to the book – and hearing about whatever plans you have for promotion, radio and tv interviews, etc.
    I hope to see you on CSPAN’s booktv, for example.

    Comment: Brad – 10. November 2012 @ 8:27 am

  2. Hate to break it to you Dale, but Krysten Sinema didn’t stand still either:

    Comment: NateW – 10. November 2012 @ 2:58 pm

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