(PUBJossey-Bass)"Provocative, thoughtful and supremely useful, this book is a brave expedition to a place most of us would rather not go, the seat of our anger. Keizer's brutal honesty in admitting to his own anger, whether acted on or not, gives the book credence. He is a great storyteller,"---Christian Century. 360 pages, softcover.
Garret Keizer has served as an Episcopal priest and as a high school English teacher. He is the author of God of Beer, No Place But Here, and the critically acclaimed A Dresser of Sycamore Trees. His work also appears in The Christian Century and Harper's Magazine. He lives in northeastern Vermont with his wife and daughter.
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