All Hail the Glorious Night (and other Christmas poems): The Complete Christmas Poetry of Kevin Carey

All Hail the Glorious Night (and other Christmas poems): The Complete Christmas Poetry of Kevin Carey

by Kevin Carey, Kevin Sheehan

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Overview

For many years, Christmas has been inspired poets and composers. Carols and poems are an essential part of the season of good will. Many of them are familiar and an important part of the annual celebrations, yet there is also a need for new material to offer new insights into the familiar story.

In this book Kevin Carey has combined his four earlier volumes of illustrated Christmas poetry with a new selection of poems and songs for all who are looking for new inspiration at Christmas time and beyond.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781789590548
Publisher: Sacristy Press
Publication date: 10/15/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 392
File size: 70 MB
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About the Author

Kevin Carey is a Reader in his parish church, and is also a chorister, theologian, novelist, and classical music critic. He was a Member of General Synod, Chairman of RNIB (the UK’s leading blindness charity) and, until retirement in 2018, an IT consultant specialising in assistive technology for disadvantaged people.


Kevin Carey is one of Sacristy Press's founding and most prolific authors, writing Christian literature in all major forms: novels, plays and verse. He is a Reader in the Church of England and sings in three church choirs. He was a Member of General Synod from 2005 to 10.

Kevin was an IT consultant between 1997 and his retirement in 2018, specialising in access to technology by people with disabilities, the poor and the elderly. He was Chair of the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) (2009-17), a Member of Ofcom's Content Board (2003-06) and Chair of Ofcom's Community Radio Panel (2005-13).

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