Reformed Theology for Women. Because Marilyn was wrong, the golden chain is a girl’s best friend. (Romans 8:29-30)
Who are you?
We are two Christian reformed women living in Las Vegas, seeking to investigate arts, culture, and theology in light of God’s word. For His glory alone.
Did I mention we are writers? Amber Frederick is The Cyber Scribe writing technical copy for humans. She also writes fiction (thrillers) and creative nonfiction. Her essay, “The Four Masks of Wild River” was published in Written River.
April Khaito writes mainly speculative fiction, blurring the lines between science fiction and fantasy. Her short story, “Gentlemen of the Shade” appeared in Steel House Review‘s inaugural edition. “Stranger on the Shore,” a short story about an Italian fisherman’s encounter with a mysterious woman, was published in Propertius Press’s 2020 Anthology, “Whispers of the Universe,” available for purchase here. “Carhenge,” a work of nonfiction about the 2017 total eclipse, was a semifinalist for North American Review’s 2019 Torch Prize in Creative Nonfiction.
What’s with the name?
The name, Bone of Bones, was inspired by Genesis 2:23: man’s first love poem.
Could those category names be more confusing?
Please forgive us. There’s nothing a writer loves more than wordplay. Here’s the breakdown: Black Coffee is the place for theology, no sugar added. The Dirge is where you’ll find the dark, weird, and satirical. You can read up on the arts and culture in Articulture. Finally, the Book Nook is where we’ll be reviewing literature from a Christian perspective.