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Scott Hurst
Hurst Photography
Daylon Walton
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Writer-actor Roger Scott Jackson’s satiric Sam Singleton, Atheist
Evangelist is a comedic character, not a comedian. His shows are best
described as one-man theater pieces.

Those with strong views on the existence or nonexistence of God may see
what Brother Sam does as activism, though he insists his aim is simply to
get some stuff off his chest: “Somebody else, who had to deal with snake-
handling tongues-speakers as a child, might become a  homicidal maniac or
a teacher at a Bible college. I talk to the world's most astute ticket-buyers.”
Sam Singleton, Atheist Evangelist
Roger Scott Jackson
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Thomas True
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Roger Scott Jackson has worked as  a fish-gutter, bartender, reporter, and
English teacher: "Though Brother Sam is not strictly autobiographical, he is
fabricated from my own experience, which is to say, I start by telling the truth,
then heap on lies."  Read Mr. Jackson's
Statement of Intent.
Tom Zimmerman, Photographer
Sam Singleton Atheist Evangelist took the coveted
Dill Pickle Award as the winner of the
Newberry
Library's 2012 Bughouse Square Debates in Chicago  
an epistolary poem by Sam Singleton
Thomas True
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Daylon Walton
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