The Atheist Spot is interviewing atheist bloggers and I’ll be one of them.

The folks over at The Atheist Spot are starting a week-long series of interviews with prominent atheist bloggers. Lenny contacted me and asked if I’d be willing to be interviewed and I told him that I wasn’t sure how prominent I was, but that I’d be happy to participate. They have their first interview with Craig A. James from The Religion Virus up already and it’s an interesting read.

I just got done submitting the answers to the questions I was sent a few moments ago. Not sure how interesting I am and if you’re a long-time SEB reader then some of it you’ve heard before, but what the hell, it’s always fun to be interviewed. Well, so long as it’s not because of a sex scandal or something like that. Though I’d imagine that would go a long way to increasing the page hits for SEB.

So be sure to check out the series as it goes live and perhaps you’ll find a couple of other places worth dropping in on. One of these days I’ll get around to adding a “submit this entry to Atheist Spot” icon to the list at the bottom of my entries as I’ve yet to take advantage of that site to promote SEB.

3 thoughts on “The Atheist Spot is interviewing atheist bloggers and I’ll be one of them.

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