Item description for Sounding Heaven and Earth: New Voices in Prayer by David Grubb...
This anthology celebrates a great diversity of approaches to praying. Giving voice to the heights and depths of human experience from which prayer arises, here can be found prayers of longing, hope, trust, love, wonder, contemplation, thankfulness. There are also poignant voices expressing fear, grief, anger, dread, lament and loss.
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Studio: Morehouse Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 6.28" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date May 8, 2013
Publisher Morehouse Publishing
ISBN 185311569X ISBN13 9781853115691
Availability 0 units.
More About David Grubb
David Grubb has been published widely and has established a reputation for highly original work acclaimed by John Fowles, D M Thomas, Ronald Blythe, Selima Hill, Adrian Mitchell, Peter Redgrove and Jon Silkin over the years. His poetry collections include The Memory of Rooms, Selected (Stride 2001), The Elephant In The Room (Driftwood 2004), Out Of The Marvellous (Oleander 2006). He has received many prizes, most recently 3rd Prize in the 2006 National Poetry Competition. He has also published three novels and an autobiography and edited Sounding Heaven and Earth (Canterbury Press 2004), and An Idea of Bosnia (Autumn House 1999). David Grubb is Creative Writing tutor at Reading University, the River and Rowing Museum in Henley and at Norden Farm Arts Centre. He also runs a mentoring scheme for individual writers. He has read his poetry and prose at arts centres and literary festivals. Much of his work has been influenced by working in conflict zones and areas of extreme poverty such as Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Haiti and Albania.