Brandon McGinley writes about faith, culture, and politics from his hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His writing has appeared in print in National Review, The Human Life Review, Fare Forward, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Harrisburg Patriot-News, and the Pittsburgh Catholic and online at First Things, Public Discourse, The Week, The Federalist, National Review Online, Aleteia, Ethika Politika, Acculturated, and The Imaginative Conservative. He has also contributed to and edited books for Our Sunday Visitor Catholic publishers.
In addition, Brandon is an experienced speaker, ghostwriter, and editor. If you think he could bring a unique and engaging voice to your event or writing project, drop him a line using the contact form below.
Brandon was born 28 years ago only a few miles from his current home in the Brookline neighborhood of Pittsburgh. He graduated in 2010 from Princeton University, where he met his wife, Katie. They were married on February 4, 2012, and their first child, Teresa Benedicta, was born in July of 2013. She was followed by Ambrose Sebastian, who arrived in April, 2015.
Brandon works as Editor of EWTN Publishing, Inc., a book publishing collaboration between the global Catholic media network and Sophia Institute Press.