The Wild Mother

Novel

The Wild Mother: The 25th Anniversary Edition

Elizabeth Cunningham

Enter the world of The Wild Mother— modern fairytale, bold biblical midrash, filled with the psychological depth and imaginative originality for which the author of The Maeve Chronicles is known. This 25th anniversary edition of Elizabeth Cunningham’s classic feminist novel is as fresh and timeless today as when it was first released to critical acclaim.



Graphic Novel

The Book of Madge (Her Book)

Elizabeth Cunningham

In 1990, Cunningham found herself engaged with an outspoken, irreverent, hand-drawn character who called herself Madge and demanded her own book of cartoons. Together, Madge and Elizabeth graphically (in every sense!) protested the first Gulf War, and The Book of Madge took form. This collaboration led them to write The Maeve Chronicles, a series of award-winning novels featuring a feisty Celtic Magdalen.



Novel

Princess Olga: Uncovering My Headstrong Mother’s Venezuelan Connection

Douglas C. Smyth

At ninety-seven years old, Olga Quintero Smyth is living in an adult care facility and wrestling with dementia. She dreams of her childhood, of her family’s luxurious life and relives the dangers caused by her family’s role in “defending” the Venezuelan dictator from a restive exile community in 1920’s Trinidad.



The Return of the Goddess

Novel

The Return of the Goddess, A Divine Comedy: The 25th Anniversary Edition

Elizabeth Cunningham

She takes shape in the hands of an Episcopal priest’s shy, retiring wife. She invades the dreams of a grande dame who thinks women priests are a scandal. She lures a pokerplaying ex-convict onto unfamiliar terrain, literally. Then there is the mysterious old man in the wood, who’s been watching, waiting for a sign of her return. Who is the Goddess? Where has she been for so long? What does she want from the four human beings whose lives she is turning upside down and inside out?



Murder at the Rummage Sale

Novel

Murder at the Rummage Sale

Elizabeth Cunningham

Best known for The Maeve Chronicles, a series of award-winning novels featuring a feisty Celtic Magdalen, Elizabeth Cunningham turns her formidable imagination to another historical setting and a time-honored form, the mystery. Descended from generations of Episcopal Priests, in Murder at the Rummage Sale, Cunningham serves up a delicious roman a clef



The Road Home to You

Poetry

The Road Home to You: A Singer’s Journey from Exile to Gospel

Tim Dillinger

Tim Dillinger is an award-winning singer-songwriter, producer, poet, speaker and activist whose career spans almost twenty years. His work has been featured in a number of national media platforms ranging from NPR to Huffington Post to Colorlines Magazine. He hosted Out the Box with Tim Dillinger for three seasons and interviewed a range of cultural icons including Nikki Giovanni, Jimmy Scott and Dorothy Norwood. He has released five albums. The Road Home To You is a collection of poetry and essays that chronicle the aftermath of Tim’s “coming out” and his retreat to a healing community in upstate New York to safely enter the dark night of the soul.