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Good News about Three Independent Southwestern Bookstores

I am pleased to share with you the good news that three renowned independent bookstores are now carrying my new book, Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest.  Maria’s Bookshop, Durango, Colorado https://www.mariasbookshop.com/ Back from Beyond Bookstore, Moab, Utah http://www.backofbeyondbooks.com/ Between the Covers, … Continue reading

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Vroman’s Books in Pasadena has my new book!

If you live near Pasadena, California, one of America’s great bookstores is currently carrying my new book Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest.  Please consider visiting this Cathedral of Books and buying the book. Future orders depend on your support.

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Desert Spirit Places is Now in Print!

My new book Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest is now in print. It can be ordered from the publisher at this link or on Amazon/Kindle in 10 days. If you read the book, please post a review. https://wipfandstock.com/desert-spirit-places.html

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My New Book Cover

Here is the book cover for my new book Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest, being published by Wipf and Stock in new couple of weeks.

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Sacred Space: Mondays with Father Gordon SJ

All things bright and beautiful, All creatures great and small, All things wise and wonderful, The Lord God made them all. Each little flower that opens, Each little bird that sings, He made their glowing colours, He made their tiny wings. Cecil … Continue reading

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Preview of New Book: Desert Spirit Places

My new book: Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest will be published in next few months.  Here is a description of the book and some of the endorsements: Desert Spirit Places: The Sacred Southwest, Brad Karelius. To be published by Wipf and … Continue reading

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Desert Night Sky: The Alabama Hills

“One may try to look at the sky, but in fact one looks through it…. for no matter how deeply one sees into the sky, there is always an infinite depth remaining.” Thomas McEvilley The green overhead street sight for … Continue reading

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