What better gift to give friends and loved ones than stories of grasping at the impossible?
According to the Los Angeles Review of Books, God in Proof “breathes life back into proofs” and is “entertaining, well written, and historically comprehensive.” Says former Washington Post columnist and peace educator Colman McCarthy, Thank You, Anarchy is “rich with metaphors, historical allusions and clearheaded reflections.”
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In the coming months, I’ll be making the following live appearances:
- 12/8, Washington, DC: Center for Inquiry lecture
- 1/15, New York, NY: Rubin Museum screening of Miracle of Weebosch
- 2/16, Pasadena, CA: All Saints Church
- 2/22, San Francisco, CA: The Green Arcade
- 2/24, Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University
- 3/1, Seattle, WA: AWP conference panel: “Doubt Is My Revelation”
Other great gift ideas
- Contribute to the online communities that made these books possible, and which support countless other writers in doing uncommon work—give the gift of membership to Waging Nonviolence, which covers movements for justice and peace around the world, or Killing the Buddha, a literary magazine of religion, politics, and culture. Both are 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations, and membership dues are tax-deductible.
- Last month, The New Press published a new edition of Noam Chomsky’s anarchist writings, On Anarchism, and they asked me to write the introduction. The result is a slim, sweet little stocking-stuffer that presents anarchism as a tradition with both a long history and particular relevance today.
- The growing revival of interest in my favorite theologian, William Stringfellow, continues with a new reader published by Orbis and edited by Bill Wylie-Kellerman. It’s the best introduction yet to a thinker who will turn your cosmic situation upside down.
Thank you, as always, for reading!