This interview with Illinois Poet Tania Runyan is the result of sending an inquiry to Wordfarm Press in Washington State asking to see some works in published form of Anglican and Christian poets who they thought make good subjects for this series. Sally Craft, an editor at the press, sent a number of books to review. Though all were worthwhile and certainly enjoyable to read, it was Tania Runyan who stood out in this religion writer’s mind.
"Just from my own personal walk of faith and reading the Bible (I've been going to Bible study for years), these are my own personal grapplings with the scripture passage. I first started attending Bible studies in college and have attended and led them through church off and on through adulthood. One of my Bible study teachers even became my husband! For an example of a poem in which I grapple with scripture is, "Man is Without Excuse" based on Romans 1:20."
©2012 Peter A Menkin (P)2013 Peter A Menkin
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