I was talking with the publisher of Entangled States (the book that grew out of the blog, sermons and other writings I’ve done over the years) and he told me that we have just about sold out of the first printing.
The book was really his idea, and he’s the one who managed to take a pile of things that I’ve said over the years and turn them into something coherent and readable. Once he had put it together and I’d had a chance to do some editing, we published it online on Amazon and iTunes. That’s where I thought it belonged, being such a strong believer in digital media. But a number of friends asked if there was any way we could turn it into a paper edition as they much preferred to read a physical book to an e-book. David Ord (the publisher) found a way to do it, and even started a new virtual press in the process.
David’s waiting to see if there’s enough interest to warrant a second printing, so if you want to make sure to get a copy, grab one. (Entangled States will always be available in an e-book format.)
If you would like a paper copy, here’s bit of the publisher’s blurb and a link to the website to order one.
“No matter how adamantly we insist on being divided, every now and then we can’t help but catch a glimpse of the fact we are bound together. Such a glimpse may come in the form of a spiritual experience, a sense that the universe is suffused with a divine Presence. Or it may occur in a laboratory, as a scientist discovers a connection no one has ever seen before and realizes there is a unity to reality.”
More at publisher’s site.
For what it’s worth, should there be any profits from the book, they will be donated to youth and young adult ministries here in the Diocese of Rhode Island. (ECC specifically.)