The New Utopian is a publication covering various topics such as history, art, architecture, literature, philosophy, theology, politics, sociology, and urban studies.
The goal of The New Utopia is to provide readers with an accessible yet enjoyable experience of the humanities from a largely Christian perspective while also welcoming those of other faith backgrounds. We hope to share essays, poems, short stories, works of art, and critiques. We also hope to highlight the works of others, whether contemporary or historical. Our vision is to serve as an outlet for a diverse range of writers and content creators to share their work, while also being an informative and entertaining publication for a community of readers to enjoy.
The New Utopia was initially started as a personal project of its creator, John Thomas, who wanted to write in a more serious and regular manner. He was encouraged by others to pursue his passion of writing, and from that passion this publication was born.
Our Authors & Contributors
John Thomas is the founder and editor of The New Utopian. He is a convert to the Catholic Church, a proud Kentuckian, and an avid reader and book collector. He enjoys studying theology, political philosophy, and history. His philosophy can be summed up by 1 Peter 2:17, “Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king.”