|Midnight Freemasons Founder Todd E. Creason writing after midnight from his bunker (cell) in an undisclosed location.|
One of the things that makes the Midnight Freemasons so unique are our contributors, and those particular perspectives they share with our readers. Each of us here at the Midnight Freemasons have our own particular (or peculiar in my case) style and point of view. But almost without exception we write about Freemasonry not just from an academic perspective, but from a personal one. We write about the things we enjoy about the Fraternity. We write about those aspects of the Fraternity that fascinate us. We talk about the ways we participate in our Lodges. We talk about the impact that Freemasonry has had on our lives—because as I’ve said before, Freemasonry isn't a monthly meeting, it’s a way of life.
But this dynamic we enjoy here certainly wasn’t something we planned back in 2012 when we launched as a contributor blog—it’s something that evolved over time. The strength and the success of our blog has always been dependent on our contributors and the words they’ve shared with us over the years. So I’ll get to the point.
Do you have something you’ve written that you’d like to share with us? Do you write after midnight from a bunker in an undisclosed location? That's all you need to be a guest contributor! Send us your piece and we'll look at it! If we like it, we’ll share it with our readers along with your photo and your by-line.
Who knows, you may very well be invited to become the next Mason to join our family here at the Midnight Freemasons as a Regular Contributor. We’re always looking for new voices. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Todd E. Creason, 33° is the
Founder of the Midnight Freemasons blog and is a regular contributor.
He is the award-winning author of several books and novels, including
the Famous American Freemasons series. He is a Past Master of Ogden Lodge
No. 754 (IL) where he serves as Secretary. He is a Past Sovereign Master of the Eastern Illinois
Council No. 356 Allied Masonic Degrees. He is a Fellow at the Missouri
Lodge of Research. (FMLR). He is a charter member of Admiration Chapter No. 282 and is a Past