Ron Starbuck

About

RON STARBUCK is an Episcopalian, a Poet and Writer, and author of There Is Something About Being An Episcopalian, When Angels Are Born, and Wheels Turning Inward, three rich collections of poetry, following a poet's mythic and spiritual journey that crosses easily onto the paths of many contemplative traditions. He has been deeply engaged in an Interfaith-Buddhist-Christian dialogue for many years, and holds a lifelong interest in literature, poetry, Christian mysticism, comparative religion, theology, and various forms of contemplative practice. He has been a contributing writer for Parabola Magazine. And has had poems and essays published in Tiferet: A Journal of Spiritual Literature, an interview and poem in The Criterion: An Online International Journal in English, The Enchanting Verses Literary Review, ONE from MillerWords (Feb. 2016), and Pirene's Fountain, Volume 7 Issue 15, from Glass Lyre Press (Oct. 2014). A collection of essays, poems, short stories, and audio recordings are available on the Saint Julian Press, Inc., website under Interconnections.

Titles

When Angels Are Born

Ron Starbuck

$20.00

I Ate the Cosmos for Breakfast

Melissa Studdard

$12.00

In My Father's House Are Many Mansions

Robert Paul Starbuck

$16.00

Now

Thomas Simmons

$12.00

Hunger for Salt

Elaine Fletcher Chapman

$12.00

Alone in Church

Andrea Messineo

$16.00

Horizon of the Dog Woman

Rebecca Pelky

$16.00

Messiah

Anne Babson

$16.00

Still-Life With God

Cynthia Atkins

$16.00

Reservoir

Elaine Fletcher Chapman

$18.00
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