Pavel writes lyric and narrative poetry that draws on Christian thought, celebrates nature, and probes the dilemmas of modern existence. Among his subjects are the natural world, folktales, war, and spiritual rebirth.
Pavel Chichikov offers us an oasis of beauty and truth. Here is an achievement to be cherished and enjoyed. -- Russell Shaw, author of Nothing To Hide: Secrecy, Communication, and Communion in the Catholic Church and of twenty other books
A House Rejoicing will make a great difference to the lives of those who read it. --
Richard Greene, editor, Graham Greene: A Life in Letters
|Publisher:||Grey Owl Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.25(d)|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Pavel Chichikov is the pen name of a writer who lives in a small town in central Pennsylvania. He has written for Catholic media and also for the secular press on such issues as Soviet nuclear weapons systems and Soviet environmental problems. His books include Lion Sun: Poems by Pavel Chichikov (Grey Owl Press, 1999), Mysteries and Stations in the Manner of Ignatius (Kaufmann Publishing, 2005), From Here to Babylon (Grey Owl Press, 2010), and A House Rejoicing (Grey Owl Press, 2012).
His work from 1993 to date is archived electronically and in print at the library of Ave Maria University, Ave Maria, Florida, along with newspaper clippings, published books, recorded readings, and personal papers.
His poetry is presented every week on his web site: www.pavelspoetry.com. His poems about the Spanish painter Francisco Goya can be seen at: www.homagetogoya.com, and his photography is presented at pavel.romancatholic.org.