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Deep Christian Roots, Interfaith Family Journey

Today, we feature an essay from interfaith parent Erika Callaway Kleiner, MDiv. One persistent myth is that interfaith parents raising children with interfaith education must lack religious education or depth. 924 more words

Interfaith Families

Is the new Man Booker International Prize good news for translated fiction?

It was announced earlier this week that the Man Booker International Prize and the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize will be merging next year to create a new literary prize for translated fiction. 554 more words


words and peace in the press

Recently, Words And Peace reviews have been featured in a few places:

On The Dead Lake:

This one on The Hurlyburly’s Husband:

At the beginning of the year, I was also featured in Printers’ Row, the literary part of the Chicago Tribune Newspaper. 33 more words


Writers Quote Wednesday ~ Andres Neuman

Today I want to introduce you to a young Spanish~Argentinian author. His name is Andres Neuman and I met him two years ago on the… 547 more words

Writer's Quote Wednesday

2015: May wrap-up

The IFFP over, May has been a month of catching up in reading, with titles and reviews long due. I now plan to work more on my TBR and a few reading challenges lagging behind… 463 more words


Hay Festival: Alexander McCall Smith and Jenny Erpenbeck

On Tuesday evening at the Hay Festival, I went to see Alexander McCall Smith in conversation with S. J. Parris at the Tata tent.

McCall Smith recently won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction for his novel ‘Fatty O’Leary’s Dinner Party’. 1,004 more words


Armchair BEA 2015: my 5 Introduction questions

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Waiting fort BEA to come to Chicago, it is supposed to be soon, I’m glad to at least be able to attend Armchair BEA! 332 more words