Our Mission: The everyman is not the average man. He is the man who seeks the truth, sacrifices for those he loves, and engages with his world. He is honest and does not pretend to be something more or less than he is. True to its name, this journal aims to provide relevant, reasonable, and above all readable commentary for the everyman. This means that we oppose sophistry and condescension along with vulgarity and pandering. The everyman deserves nothing less.
Auguste Meyrat is an English teacher in the Dallas area. He holds an MA in Humanities and an MEd in Educational Leadership. He is the senior editor of The Everyman and has written essays for The Federalist, The American Thinker, and The American Conservative as well as the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Follow him on Twitter.
Senior Editor, Webmaster
Matthew Borders is a husband, father, and works full-time as a Senior Software Engineer. He received a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science from Texas A&M. He helps maintain The Everyman, along with writing and editing. Follow him on Twitter or visit his website.
J. Antonio Juarez
J. Antonio Juarez works full-time in retail and part-time as a freelance short-story writer. His works have appeared in The Human Life Review, at The Maccabee Society, and now The Everyman. He earned a B.A. in Theology from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, where he resides, and when he is not writing, he is trying to keep up with the lives of his five kids. Follow him at Facebook.
David Breitenbeck is a professional writer, a Catholic traditionalist, and fiction enthusiast. He is the author of several books, including The Ten Commandments of Murder and The Wisdom of Walt Disney. In addition to his books and his blog – Serpent’s Den [link: https://serpentshouse.com/] – his work can currently be found at The Federalist, The Everyman, Catholic Match, and Aleteia.
Caroline Furlong is a science fiction/fantasy writer living in Virginia, USA. Her novelette Halcyon and short story "Death's Shadow" have appeared in Cirsova Magazine in 2019 and 2020. She has also been published in anthologies such as Unbound 3: Goodbye, Earth, and the Planetary Anthology: Luna and Uranus respectively, as well as some poetry appearing in Dragon Soul Press’ Organic Ink, Vol. 2. For more information and a complete list of her works, follow her at www.carolinefurlong.wordpress.com.
Joshua Herring teaches humanities at Thales Academy and is a doctoral student in Faulkner University’s Great Books program. He loves writing at the intersection of history, literature and theology, and seeing how those intersections contribute to the complexities of human life. His work appears at Public Discourse, The Federalist, The Imaginative Conservative, Think Christian, and The Everyman.
Evan McClanahan is the pastor of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in downtown Houston, Texas. He and his wife have two children. In addition to cultural, spiritual, economic, and political matters, he is also interested in the occasional football game, scratch cooking, and American folk music.
Julien Meyrat, AiA is an architect in Dallas. He has contributed articles to Texas Architect, Columns Magazine, New Geography and the Urbanophile.
Mike is a husband and dad from Denton, Texas. His essays have appeared in the Federalist, Aleteia, the Libertarian Catholic, and FEE. He can be followed on Twitter @laffyjaphy.
Grace Perry is a student at East Texas Baptist University. She is majoring in English, minoring in Religion, and currently working on her honors thesis discussing the intersection of faith, fantasy, and reality in the fiction of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien. Grace’s work has been published in The Beacon and on The Everyman.
Martin Friedenthal is a student at The University of Texas at Dallas, studying History with a minor in Political Science. His interests include philosophy, religion, and early American colonial life. He also enjoys collecting witty quotes from his favorite books and articles and plans on going to law school or possibly doing a career in journalism.
Katya Rapoport Sedgwick is a mom and a grad school dropout living in San Francisco Bay Area. You can also find her on The Federalist, AreoMag, Legal Insurrection, and on Twitter at @KatyaSedgwick.
S.A. Dance is a teacher and writing in Northern California. His writing has appeared in The American Conservative, Quillette, The Federalist, and Christ and Pop Culture.
Jeff Held is an assistant dean in the School of Arts and Sciences at Concordia University Irvine, conductor of the Concordia Wind Orchestra, which performed in Paris, Normandy, and the Netherlands to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Hezekiah Kantor is the pseudonym for an American high school teacher and coach with a B.A. from an Ivy League University and an M.A. in teaching from a Jesuit college. A teacher of the year in his first school district, he holds a National Board Certificate for Adult and Youth Social Studies. He has an interest in politics, religion, economics, and military history.
His 2019 book, Trojan Horse Religion explains in detail the beliefs and practices of the Progressive Liberal religion and describes how Progressive Liberalism aims to be the State Church.
G. W. Thielman
G. W. Thielman is currently employed as a patent attorney and lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia. His education includes bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering. His opinions do not represent those of his employers or colleagues past or present.
John Leondike graduated from The Colony High School and is now attending college at Texas A&M University. He is majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
Laura is an attorney and teaches political science at her local university. She blogs at https://stirfrylaura.wordpress.com.
David formerly worked at a public policy institution and is currently a freelance writer. In his free time, he enjoys working out, reading nerdy subjects, cheering on Roger Federer, and playing “would you rather.” Follow him on Twitter @DWeinberger03.
Johanna has a B.A. from Harvard College. She writes under the pseudonym Johanna Harmonia, named after the protagonist of her half-finished novel, The New Maestro.
Cameron Wilkinson is a graduate from the University of North Texas with a B.A. in English Literature.