From small beginnings as a self-published writer producing booklets in response to demand from people who attended her retreats or quiet days, Ann Lewin has gone on to be on of the most successful writers of prayers and reflective poetry. With the "Inspire" imprint closing in 2009, Canterbury Press welcomes this fine writer and is pleased to announce a new edition of Ann's bestselling book, "Watching for the Kingfisher", named after her most well known poem about prayer.
Ann draws many insights into the nature of prayer from her love of birdwatching, and images from the natural world and from scripture permeate her writing. Wit, warmth and economy of expression characterise her style.
|Publisher:||Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 6.25(d)|
About the Author
Ann Lewin is an accomplished poet who is much in demand as a retreat leader. She was a secondary school teacher (RE and English) for 27 years, and later Welfare Advisor for International Students at the University of Southampton. She has also worked tutoring ordinands at Sarum College. Her other titles are Words by the Way and Growing in Love (MPH).