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“Shabby”

“Shabby” Not so long ago, I reported here, in nearly ecstatic style, that a highly suitable publisher was expressing the kind of interest in my recently-completed book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher, that was really promising.   Then, instead of going … Continue reading

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“On The Ground Again”

Abbie is back from San Antonio’s American Academy of Religion meetings, at which she talked to publishers’ representatives about her just-completed-book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher.  She found the presenting of it in “brief but compelling style” more stressful but … Continue reading

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“The Elevator Pitch”

“The Elevator Pitch” We fly to San Antonio this Thursday, to attend meetings of the American Academy of Religion.  Jerry will chair two panels and meet colleagues in connection with the project he founded: Theology Without Walls. Why am I … Continue reading

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