One thing I love about my little college is the library, where I’ve spent hours upstairs & downstairs browsing the faith-based collections, especially spiritual autobiographies.
A fig tree with huge elephant-ear-leaves shades our stone-and-glass edifice.
If you walk quickly alongside the tinted mirror-glass, your image vanishes into shelves and shelves of books…. this tickles me to no end! If I had the gift of “disapparation,” I’d love to vanish into books.
Last month, I borrowed Julian of Norwich’s Book of Showings, this edition. I taught a fragment of Julian’s text in the first phase of our British Lit Survey course this past autumn.
See Julian’s profile under “300 Women Who Changed the World.”
Swan Scythe Press holds a dear place in my heart since it published my first chapbook almost 10 years ago. Please submit to the annual chapbook contest.
To see Swan Scythe’s diverse & beautiful books, click here.
Prayer: “All shall be well/ and all shall be well/
… and all manner of thing shall be well.” ~ Julian