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The Long Walk Home: Confessions on the Camino
Questioning her call to ordained ministry, church patriarchy, and even her understanding of the nature of God, a parish pastor set out with conviction and high expectations to walk this five-hundred-mile pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago to find her truth. But somewhere during epic storms, a lack of places to sleep, and getting lost, the pilgrimage took from her what the journey was meant to take: pride, security, and control. The walk of thirty-four days became one of daily confessions as she slowly began to realize her prejudices, her judgments, and her fears. The book is a combination of a daily travelogue, Camino history, and a memoir of Wakeland's lifelong search for the nature of what is Holy.
People, Paths, and Places: The Frontier History of Moose Pass, Alaska
Alaska Women Speak: An Anthology of Photographs, Art, and Words from the Journals, 1992–2017
Sweet Denali Train Song
What do a potato in Ed's pocket, a forklift racing backward downhill, and a bad-luck locomotive have in common? They are all stories from the new book People, Paths, and Places: The Frontier History of Moose Pass, Alaska. With a cast of colorful characters, you might be surprised what you learn about the so-called sleepy town of Moose Pass! Order your book now from Ember Press or support your local bookseller.
With essays, poetry, art, and photographs, this engaging anthology reflects on themes as varied as the Alaska women whose creative work appears on these pages. From Arctic travel and outdoor adventures to baking sourdough bread and dog mushing, the collection’s topics showcase the vibrant lives of women of the north.
All aboard for a train trip to Denali National Park! Join the adventure with epic dome cars, friendly conductors, and downright crazy bridge crossings. When at last you disembark, you'll stand in the magic of Denali, the tallest mountain in North America. Sweet Denali Train Song is a journey you'll want to take over and over again.