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In-Between Places

Artist - Author: 
Diane Glancy

Eleven essays unified by a common concern with landscape and its relation both to our spiritual life and to the craft of writing. Taking readers on a trip to New Mexico, a voyage across the sea of middle America, even a journey to China, Glancy has crafted a sustained meditation on the nature and workings of language, stories, and poems; on travel and motion as metaphors for life and literature; and on the relationships between Native American and Judeo-Christian ways of thinking and being in the world. In-between Places is a book for anyone interested in a sense of place and in the relationship between religion and our stance toward nature.

literature / fiction