Meditations at Midnight: Poetry and Prose

Meditations at Midnight: Poetry and Prose

by Gary Jansen
Meditations at Midnight: Poetry and Prose

Meditations at Midnight: Poetry and Prose

by Gary Jansen

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Overview

Dive into the profound and poetic world of humanity's paradoxical beauty and absurdity with Meditations at Midnight by Gary Jansen—a literary feast that ignites your love for books and leaves you pondering life's mysteries.

There are few books that can bring you face to face with your own humanity with all its tragic loveliness and at the same time lift you so high above it that you are able to dispassionately examine mankind’s absurdity and brilliance. Meditations at Midnight, by Gary Jansen, is such a book. Jansen’s stories, verses, and musings are at once familiar, startling, dreamy, funny, and nostalgic. He pays homage to his own favorite writers from Jack Kerouac to Stephen King to Ernest Hemingway to Emily Dickinson to Paulo Coelho and more. This is a book you can devour in one sitting or flip open and just nibble on a thought or a theme that suits your mood. Meditations at Midnight will awaken your love of literature—or inspire it.
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780829458886
Publisher: Loyola Press
Publication date: 03/19/2024
Pages: 96
Sales rank: 270,492
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 6.00(h) x (d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

About The Author
Gary Jansen is a popular speaker and the author of several books, including the multi-award-winning MicroShifts, The 15-Minute Prayer Solution, Station to Station, Life Everlasting, and the memoir Holy Ghosts. Jansen has appeared on A&E, the Sundance Channel, the Travel Channel, Coast to Coast AM, CNN.com, and NPR. His writing has been featured in the Chicago Sun-Times, USA Today, Huffington Post, Thrive Global, Angelus, and Religion Dispatches. Jansen worked at Penguin Random House for 25 years where he was the editor on several New York Times bestsellers. He is now the executive editor of acquisitions at Loyola Press.
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