The Best Spiritual Writing 2011
Penguin Group US, Nov 30, 2010 - Religion - 272 pages
"A trove of well-wrought, luminous, soul-bracing gifts." -Thomas Lynch (on the 2010 edition)
With selection chosen from a vast range of journals and magazines, The Best Spiritual Writing 2011 gathers the finest pieces of spiritual writing to appear in American publications during the past year. The collection offers an opportunity to read intimate and thought-provoking work, ranging from poetry to short fiction to memoir to essay, by some of the nation's most esteemed writers, including Rick Bass, Philip Yancey, Terry Teachout, Robert D. Kaplan, and many others. As Phyllis Tickle said of last year's edition, "there is enough here to feed the hungry heart for years to come."
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Review: The Best Spiritual Writing 2001User Review - JP - Goodreads
This collection of stories provided the spiritual thought fodder I was expecting to kick off Lent this year. My favorite was probably "How to Pray: Reverence, Stories, and the Rebbe's Dream" by Ben ... Read full review
Review: The Best Spiritual Writing 2011User Review - Cheryl - Goodreads
No matter how you define spirituality, this collection of spiritual writing stimulates your mind and broadens the definition in many of the essays. There was one disturbing one, (“Christianity Face to ... Read full review
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