In this new genre of God Noir - the sacred darkness in which God hides in plain sight where least expected - a dilapidated steam room in a threadbare men's locker room hosts strange and beguiling encounters. An odd assortment of gym rats and strangers discover unexpected and disconcerting healing within a fog of steam crowded by stories of sexual mayhem, betrayal, love, friendship, and fatherhood. Become a voyeur and enjoy the heat as a guest of Craig, the twice-failed priest who has a front row seat.
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About the Author
Cameron Miller has been writing professionally for decades as a preacher, pastor, retreat and conference leader, and an adjunct professor of religion. Recently he traded that work to dance full time along the imaginative border between fiction, poetry, and spiritual reflection. In addition to his published poems and The Steam Room Diaries, he is the preacher behind the curtain at subversivepreacher.org writing articles and essays on spirituality and contemporary culture, as well as publishing weekly sermons.