The word “spiritual” is freighted in literary circles. Why is that? Why is it that writers trying to plumb experiences with faith, spirituality, religion, or communities of practice find so little support for their work?
Join Clarence Cachagee, Hollay Ghadery, and Natalie Wigg-Stevenson for a lively session for skeptics and seekers to explore wise, whimsical, and worldly takes on an ancient genre–oral and written, personal and communal, private and shared. Moderated by Susan Scott.