The Practice of a Writing Life
Robert Benson is a guide for people who don't know how to get from a blank page to a pile of pages called a book.
Toward a more honest sermon
Our hunger is for words that evoke our deepest emotions, that name the wilderness in which we live—but not alone.
Opening the Sacred Conversation Within
Karen Hering believes that writing is a way to tune into your inner voice and discover the relationship you have with whom or what you believe in.
I think and convey ideas more clearly at a desk with a pen in hand than I do on my feet in front of a group of listeners. That’s why books about writing and reading occupy much of my time.
John Updike and Religion: The Sense of the Sacred and the Motions of Grace, edited by James Yerkes
An interview with P. D. James