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Author(s): Malcolm Guite
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Poetry has always been a central element of Christian spirituality and is increasingly used in worship, in pastoral services and guided meditation. In Sounding the Seasons, Cambridge poet, priest and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite transforms seventy lectionary readings into lucid, inspiring poems, for use in regular worship, seasonal services, meditative reading or on retreat.
Already widely recognised, Malcolm's writing has been acclaimed by Rowan Williams and Luci Shaw, two leading contemporary religious poets. Seven Advent poems from this collection will appear in the next edition of Penguin's (US) Best Spiritual Writing edited by Philip Zaleski, alongside the work of writers such as Seamus Heaney and Annie Dillard. A section of practical help and advice for using poetry creatively and effectively in worship is also included.
Malcolm Guite is the Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge and author of various books on contemporary spirituality. In addition to this he is a poet and singer-songwriter and fronts the Cambridge-based band Mystery Train.
Visit www.malcolmguite.com where you can read Malcolm's blog, some of his poetry, or find out more about his music and media appearances.
All I asked for was delivered, Well wrapped.
I ordered this book on line then two or three days later got a letter in the post telling me it was out of stock
On 23-Jan-2018 the supplier responded:Thanks for the order and the feedback. A reprint of this book is due in on 26th January. Your copy will be despatched immediately. Apologies for the delay.Best wishes, Michael, Hymns A&M/Canterbury Press
I bought this soon after it appeared and had unfortunately lost it. I used the sonnet sequence for the Stations again this Good Friday morning at our associated parish at Rufford and had several positive comments. The sonnets for other parts of the liturgical year go very well on pewsheets as meditation points.
Just what I was expecting.