Kathleen Norris points out that the Bible is a large story, and that preachers and poets alike share a similar use of image-laden language.
Contributor: Kathleen Norris
Princeton Theological Seminary, 2016
Kathleen Norris is the author of The New York Times bestsellers The Cloister Walk, Acedia & Me: A Marriage, Monks, and a Writer's Life, Dakota: A Spiritual Geography, Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith, and The Virgin of Bennington. She has also published seven books of poetry, and served as the poetry editor of Spirituality & Health magazine for many years. Norris is currently the nonfiction editor of the Saint Katherine Review. She also serves as an editorial advisor to Give Us This Day.
Norris divides her time between South Dakota—her home for over twenty-five years—and Honolulu, Hawaii, where she volunteers at an Episcopal church. She travels to the mainland regularly to speak to students, medical professionals, social workers, and chaplains at colleges and universities, as well as churches and teaching hospitals.