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The night lake : a young priest maps the topography of grief / Liz Tichenor.

Tichenor, Liz, (author.).

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  • 2 of 3 copies available at Sage Library System. (Show)
  • 1 of 1 copy available at Hood River County Library District.

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Summary:

"In less than a year and a half, Liz's mother killed herself and her infant son died unexpectedly. In between these two deaths, Liz was ordained as an Episcopal priest. The Night Lake is the story of finding a way forward through the kind of tragedy thatseems like it might be beyond surviving, and trying to do so while holding down a job that's all about leading a community in hope. It's the story of parenting a toddler who is delighted with the world and doesn't yet understand death, of standing in vulnerability before a congregation, and of learning to carve out space for the slow labor of learning to live again in grief. Liz finds surprising solace and strength in running and then racing, in the fear and awe of having another child, in choosing to quit drinking, and in stepping more fully into her work as a priest, heartbreak and all."
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Hood River County Library 248.866 TIC 2021 (Text) 33892100717488 Adult New Books Book None 01/19/2021 Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781640094062
  • ISBN: 1640094067
  • Physical Description: xiii, 289 pages; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Berkeley, California : Counterpoint Press, 2021.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note:
Death -- Ritual -- Jump -- Returning -- Her shadow -- Gestation -- Incarnate -- Birthing -- Sober -- Parenting three -- Last visions.
Summary, etc.:
"In less than a year and a half, Liz's mother killed herself and her infant son died unexpectedly. In between these two deaths, Liz was ordained as an Episcopal priest. The Night Lake is the story of finding a way forward through the kind of tragedy thatseems like it might be beyond surviving, and trying to do so while holding down a job that's all about leading a community in hope. It's the story of parenting a toddler who is delighted with the world and doesn't yet understand death, of standing in vulnerability before a congregation, and of learning to carve out space for the slow labor of learning to live again in grief. Liz finds surprising solace and strength in running and then racing, in the fear and awe of having another child, in choosing to quit drinking, and in stepping more fully into her work as a priest, heartbreak and all." --Provided by publisher.
Subject: Tichenor, Liz.
Tichenor, Liz > Family.
Episcopal Church > Clergy > Biography.
Children > Death > Psychological aspects.
Mothers and sons > California > Berkeley.
Grief > Religious aspects.
Genre: Autobiographies.
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