Angela is thrilled to announce that her fourth book, “Holy Women Icons,” is now available for purchase. It includes nearly 50 color images of her folk feminist iconography paintings, along with accompanying articles about the women portrayed. In addition to the book, original or commissioned icons are also for sale if you simply contact Angela for details (see the “artist” page). And now greeting cards are also available of each icon! Plus, you can also purchase a variety of prints by clicking here. To purchase the book or greeting cards, check out http://www.holywomenicons.com
On Sunday, November 2, Holy Women Icons will be at Interfaith Winston-Salem’s Festival of Faith and Culture from 2-5pm with folk feminist iconography activities for children and adults.
Angela also offers retreats, sermons, lectures, conferences, exhibitions, and workshops related to her Holy Women Icons project. For more details, click here: Holy Women Icons Project Flier
Immediately following the publication of “Holy Women Icons,” Angela’s fifth book was released as a part of a sermon series on the Lectionary Year B. Tearing Open the Heavens: Selected Sermons from Year B is now available for purchase!
Believe Out Loud recently published Angela’s thoughts on the passing of Fred Phelps: An Excuse that Can No Longer Be Used.
Angela is excited to announce that her third book, Dance in Scripture: How Biblical Dancers Can Revolutionize Worship Today is officially available for purchase through Wipf and Stock and amazon.com! Her second book, The Gendered Pulpit: Sex, Body, and Desire in Preaching and Worship was published in April 2013.
Jann Aldredge Clanton recently interviewed Angela about The Gendered Pulpit and her work with the feminine divine in art, preaching, and scholarship. You can check out the interview here. And Believe Out Loud also featured The Gendered Pulpit.
Angela’s book, Embodying the Feminine in the Dances of the World’s Religions, was published through Peter Lang Press in November 2011. It’s also available at Amazon.