Brad Miner is Senior Fellow of the Faith & Reason Institute in Washington, D.C. and Senior Editor of The Catholic Thing (www.thecatholicthing.org).
He is the author of seven books, including The Concise Conservative Encyclopedia and The Complete Gentleman: The Modern Man’s Guide to Chivalry. With journalist Charles J. Sykes, he co-wrote and edited The National Review College Guide: America’s 50 Top Liberal-Arts Schools. Smear Tactics, was published in November 2008 by HarperCollins.
Mr. Miner is the author of scores of magazine and newspaper articles that have been published in Publishers Weekly, National Review, The Wall Street Journal, CRISIS, Newsmax, The University Bookman, and First Things, among others. A number of his recent essays appear in The Catholic Thing: Five Years of a Singular Website, an anthology published in 2013. His latest book, Sons of St. Patrick: A History of the Archbishops of New York (written with George J. Marlin) was published on St. Patrick’s Day 2017.
Mr. Miner has held senior editorial positions in New York with both Bantam Books and HarperCollins, and from 1989 until 1992 was Literary Editor of National Review magazine. As a book and magazine editor, he has published the work of a diverse and distinguished group of authors, including Sidney Hook, Evan S. Connell Jr., Hal Lindsey, Mother Angelica, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Chuck Yeager.