Melissa Studdard talks with Elizabeth Cunningham, novelist, poet, interfaith minister, and counselor. Cunningham is the direct descendant of nine generations of Episcopal priests and grew up hearing rich liturgical and biblical language, which, among other literary and personal influences, strongly informs her writing.
Cunningham is the author of the series The Maeve Chronicles, as well as many individual books, such as The Wild Mother; The Return of the Goddess: A Divine Comedy and How to Spin Gold. She has also published two collections of poetry Small Bird, and Wild Mercy.
The novel Red-Robed Priestess, the fourth of The Maeve Chronicles will be released in mid-November. Cunningham has stated that both The Maeve Chronicles and her interfaith ministry express her profound desire to reconcile her Christian roots with her call to explore the divine feminine.
For more information about Elizabeth Cunningham, please visit: http://www.passionofmarymagdalen.com/
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