International anthology on religion and philosophy
A poem by Grahame Davies, 'Disillusion', has been published in a substantial international collection of poems about religion and belief. The Poet's Quest for God, edited by Fr. Oliver Brennan and Todd Swift with Kelly Davio and Cate Myddleton-Evans, and which is produced by Eyeware Publishing of London, includes the work of over 200 poets including Michael Symmons Roberts, Ruth Padel, Andrew Motion, Rowan Williams, Philip Gross and Tony Curtis, and represents a very wide range of religious and philosophical beliefs, from faith to atheism.
Quoting Grahame Davies's poem in his Introduction, Ewan Fernie remarks: "It's no less of a heroic creed for being what we all have to do, all of the time.'
Eyeware says: "Containing poems from world-renowned poets of all faiths and none from America, Britain, and beyond, including Andrew Motion, Rowan Williams, Ian Duhig, Rae Armantrout, Fanny Howe, Charles Bernstein, and over 200 others, this is the first anthology to place atheist poets side by side with those from all major religions.
"Faith, doubt and wonder are explored, providing guidance, solace and spiritual inspiration. Introduced by Professor Ewan Fernie, a leading scholar of literature and religion, spirituality and the demonic, this is a perfect book to be visited again and again. Eyewear Publishing's first poetry anthology, it is a wonderfully curated collection of questions and answers for everyone to enjoy."
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