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Christmas Eve in Vacherie, Louisiana, finds the banks of the Mississippi alive with fire. Walter is consumed with planning the perfect bonfire—the one that will finally beat his brother's blaze and extinguish the lingering melancholy from his father's death. As Walter obsesses over wood, kindling, and structure, his family life teeters on the brink of collapse.
Elizabeth Sanders' fiction has appeared in the Arkansas Review, the International Feminist Journal of Politics, and the anthology Something in the Water. She is from New Orleans and lives in New York with her husband and daughter. This is her first novel.
November 16, 2015 -- Follow this scenario. A religious zealot rants and raves and urges his followers to kill all members of a minority within their midst because it is the will of God written in their ancient religious texts. Some deranged cleric in the Mideast, right. This is Kevin Swanson, a fire and brimstone evangelical pastor, as a host of an event in Iowa last Friday night. Pay no attention. Well, there were 1,700 people cheering him on at his event and he has a large following as a broadcast personality. He shouts chapter and verse from both the old and new testaments calling for the killing of homosexuals, roaming the stage, waving a bible in the air. After all, at the end of his rant he says no, I don’t want them to be killed, I want to give them a chance to repent before they face fire and brimstone. He is justifying the hatred of homophobic bullies who can take it out on gay people with the blessing of God. Remember the poor young man a few years ago who was strung up on a barbed wire fence and killed. But the thing that upsets me the most about this is that three Republican candidates for the presidency attended the event as featured speakers and followed right behind the kill the gays introduction without blinking an eye. Glad to get his endorsement—Bobby Jindal, Mike Huckabee, and Ted Cruz. Huckabee in so many words agreed that no one should be our president who was not a born again Christian who would follow the bible rather than the constitution. Never mind that we are a nonsectarian nation. Cruz said every president should start his day on his knees before God. But not a word and there tacit acceptance of “kill the gays. Granted this talk is just talk, but is it not akin to ISIS kind of thinking, home grown version. And three potential presidents think this is just fine. To graduate from some local theological school, future ministers were required to stand on a box, wave a bible and harangue the passing crowd that paid no attention. I am, therefore, familiar with rant and rave religion but I have never seen anything quite like Swanson. If you would like to see what I am ranting about check this link to a segment of the Rachel Maddow show. The first part of it covers polling after the Democratic forum but then goes to Swanson. I believe it will be worth your time. com/rachel-maddow-show/watch/anti-gay-pastor-event-hosts-3-gop-candidates-563178020518. Source: Trav Trivia
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In this study, Elizabeth Engelhardt finds in the work of four women writers from Appalachia, the origins of what is recognized today as ecological feminism - a wide-reaching philosophy that values the connections between humans and non-humans and works for social and environmental justice.
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