"An incandescent collection of essays, superbly edited, radiant with wisdom, demonstrating the great truth that all poetry, all art, all human endeavor finds its fulfillment in service to something higher than itself. . . . Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, unaffiliated, non-religious: the contributors . . . unite in awe before the mystery of being. This is a noble and life-giving book." --Philip Zaleski, editor of the annual Best Spiritual Writing volumes and co-author of Prayer: A History --Advance Praise
Each interview is followed by a poem written by the interview subject.
There is a tremendous variety of thinkers here, poets who are willing to think out loud about the role of spirituality and God/god in their work.
Any lover of these selected writers will want this sharing of the deepest truths behind their voiced life work.
Disappointed in the selection of poets here. I can think of a few who would have something more to say about "a God in the House" but several of these poets are secular. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Dianna
I could have used a bit more editing of the interviews with the contributors-- frequent repetition of the same perspectives. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Richard E. Pearson