In a voice that is both authentic and wry, Dawn Downey sits down with her readers to have an honest conversation about how a spiritual life really manifests in the day-to-day world. Through this delightful collection of linked essays, we come to understand—and recognize—how we all stumble through our lives, trying to maintain some modicum of dignity and grace. Bravo for this enchanting new voice in the pantheon of spiritual writing.
—Brenda Miller, author of The Pen and the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World
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About the Author
Dawn Downey is the author of From Dawn to Daylight: Essays (Pathless Land Press 2015) and Stumbling Toward the Buddha: Stories about Tripping over My Principles on the Road to Transformation (Pathless Land Press 2014). Since 2007 her work has appeared in publications including River, Blood, and Corn: A Community of Voices, Skirt! Magazine, and Kansas City Voices: A Periodical of Writing and Art. Downey’s writing has earned awards from Missouri Writers Guild, Oklahoma Writers Federation, Northern Colorado Writers, and the Santa Barbara Writers Conference. She lives in Kansas City MO. To learn more, visit dawndowney.com.