Dana Greene

Dana Greene published the first biography of Denise Levertov in 2013. Her most recent book is Jane Kenyon: The Making of a Poet.


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The 'long swim' of Denise Levertov's conversion

Anne Porter's poetry highlights faith, suffering and the wisdom of age

Two books illuminate St. Mary of Egypt, conversion and desire

Refuting Rod Dreher, author Patrick Henry offers 'Benedictine Options,' plural

Ronald Rolheiser's 'Essential Spiritual Writing' presents Christian message in all its vibrancy

What can Catholics learn from Muslims about encountering God?

'Pelosi' biography chronicles wins and losses, not her inner workings

On Flannery O'Connor's birthday, two books to celebrate her life, work

New book meditates on Emily Dickinson's acute awareness of natural world

Carolyn Forché brings us back to pre-war El Salvador in new memoir

Richard Rohr synthesizes his lifetime work of 'alternative orthodoxy'

Joan Chittister's book calls up prophets, the truth-tellers

Contemplation reveals our grounding in God

Quaker teacher looks at the end of life

Dolores Leckey bridged the laity-hierarchy gap

Jill Ker Conway pioneered opportunities for women's education

Looking back on the life of Br. Steindl-Rast

Rosemary Haughton's contributions to Catholicism deserve rediscovery

Dorothy Day biography raises universal questions

Reviving the nuclear arms consciousness