Maggie, raised evangelical and deeply Christian, is torn by the conflict between her beliefs and her needs, and her struggle to put her infidelity into a larger moral context leads to a provocative and intensely charged account of how eros and divinity fuel each other.
The fifth edition of the popular P&P anthology of work by local writers and artists testifies to the city’s diverse social and cultural range; as we know, there’s much more than politics going on here.
Defying entrenched social conventions, these women are changing the ground rules for their daughters.
Madeleine L’Engle’s journey to become a writer is chronicled by her granddaughters.
Impulsive, uninhibited, imaginative, the women in these twenty-one stories do things they aren’t supposed to do.