Psalms For The City brings together many of the things that matter most to me – recovery from a breakdown, writing, drawing, speaking, spiritual wandering and realising that I have so much to be grateful for.
I’ve gathered stories about these things on this page, under the following headings – if something grabs you, just click the picture to read more.
“Absolutely gorgeous… a beautiful, quirky, comforting little book.”
- Annalisa Barbieri, Guardian columnist
“This intimate, approachable book provides a collection of day-by-day songs, or psalms, that fit our busy contemporary lives. Always thoughtful, often celebratory, sometimes painful: these rueful verses – and their gorgeous, witty, illustrations – build up into something both serious and delightful.”
- Fiona Sampson, poet
“Charming … I’m tickled by the wit and wordplay. I love the illustrations.”
- Edward Canfor-Dumas, author of The Buddha, Geoff and Me
“Beautiful, charming, thoughtful, whimsical and frequently profound, this new little book of psalms, accompanied by some gorgeous art, is a surefire jumpstart to prayer.”
- James Martin, SJ, author of Learning to Pray
Grateful to who?
“This book is a delight.”
- Richard Harries, author and former bishop of Oxford
Making The Book
“What a beautiful collection. Thoughtful, profound, funny, moving. The religious theme is so perfectly handled. And I adored the art – the whole thing is so charming. Loveable is the word that comes to mind.”
- Anthony McGowan, author and winner of the Carnegie Award
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