A reading from Finding Livelihood: A Progress of Work and Leisure
Nancy Nordenson, author
Friday, November 6, 4 p.m. | MacLaurinCSF Study Center (1337 Cleveland Ave N., St. Paul)
Join us at the study center at 2:30 for free beverages (including Dogwood espresso!) at espresso hour.
Stay till or come at 4 for a reading from Nancy Nordenson’s wonderful new book, Finding Livelihood, which explores the multiple, often conflicting, calls we experience and must navigate throughout our lives. You can read an excerpt from her book on our blog.
Here’s what Brett Lott, author of Jewel, has to say about the book:
This is an absolutely timely book, and an absolutely beautiful one too. Ms. Nordenson examines what it means to work, and does so in a lyrical, practical, moving, and spirit-filled way. In giving us her personal stories and universal observations, we are given as well the means by which, in these difficult days, to make sense of what it means to work. I like this book a lot for its voice and vision, and especially for its hope.
Gregory Wolfe of Image says of Nancy’s writing, “Nordenson’s prose is beautifully polished, lucid, and imaginative.”