Elizabeth Madden-Zibman explores the imagination to create compassionate literary fiction and magical tales with themes of hope and renewal. Her short stories, poetry and novel chapters are published in Shaking Lit: Best Prose 2007-2010; Painted Bride Quarterly, Transfer 37, The Kelsey Review, The Kennesaw Review, Open Mouth Poetry Anthology, and the U.S. 1 Newspaper Summer Fiction Issue. Currently, she teaches research writing in the Humanities at Rutgers University and is a creative writing mentor for teenagers. She earned a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a Bachelor’s degree in English/Creative Writing from San Francisco State University. You can reach her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Greeley’s The Catholic Imagination explores this important facet of Catholic art – the imagination that is fostered through the Catholic faith – in a mere 188 pages. If the book were entirely successful covering all the important facets of Catholic imagination – from the formulation of original ideas based on the spiritual, the unknown, and the unproven, as well as the many diverse themes found in Catholic art, then the publication would have resulted in volumes rather than a compendium. Regardless, it is a compelling read, a characteristic not often attributed to academic w...
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