It's Considerate to be Literate about Religion: Poetry and Prose about Religion, Conflict, and Peace in Our World


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Orange Hat Publishing
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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.44 inches | 0.79 pounds

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About the Author

Dr. Steven Clark Cunningham was born in Denver, Colorado. After graduating from Creighton University with majors in chemistry and Spanish, he attended medical school at George Washington University in Washington, DC. Having completed his residency in general surgery at the University of Maryland and a fellowship in surgery of the liver and pancreas at Johns Hopkins University, he now serves as Director of Pancreatic and Hepatobiliary Surgery as well as Director of Research at Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, MD. He is currently completing his master's degree in religion at Harvard University. He has served as a contributing editor of Maryland Poetry Review, and his poems have appeared in that journal. In addition, his work won the literary arts contest sponsored by the magazine "The New Physician." His poems have also appeared in Chimeras, Word House Baltimore's Literary Calendar, and in the anthologies Function at the Junction #2, Pasta Poetics, and Poems for Chromosomes. "Dinosaur Name Poems" / "Poems de Nobres de Dinosaurios" (Three Conditions Press, 2009), his first full-length book of children's poetry, translated into Spanish by his wife, Myriam Gorospe, won the 2009 Moonbeam Award in both the Children's Poetry and the Spanish Language categories. His second book, "Your Body Sick and Well: How Do You Know?" (Three Conditions Press, 2020), was awarded 1st Place in Children's Nonfiction at the 26th Annual CIPA EVVY Awards Contest, sponsored by the Colorado Independent Publishers Association, and a Gold Medal in the 14th Annual Moonbeam Awards. It was also a Finalist in the 14th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards.
Susan Detwiler is the illustrator of several books for children including the award-winning books On the Move (NSTA-CBC Outstanding Trade Book); Big Cat, Little Kitty (Mom's Choice Awards Gold); Pandas' Earthquake Escape (Mom's Choice Awards Gold); and One Wolf Howls (Silver Nautilus Book Award) for Arbordale. She is the author/illustrator of Fine Life For A Country Mouse. Susan is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators. Books have always been a source of joy in her life, and as a child she particularly loved books with beautiful illustrations. Susan was educated at the Maryland Institute College of Art and lives with her artist husband in Baltimore. Visit her website: http: //