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Drunk Dialing the Divine

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How would you respond when a friend drunk-dials you to make a prayer request? What do you say when you are furious with God, but aren't willing to part with Him? How do you vent your frustrations to your Creator? When is it okay to be angry with God?

Drunk Dialing the Divine is an attempt to capture a glimmer of the darker side of the emotional struggle of the deeply faith
Paperback, POD Print, 58 pages
Published December 7th 2012 by eLectio publishing (first published November 11th 2012)
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Rob Slaven
Before I begin I should say that as usual I received this book via a GoodReads drawing. Despite the kind consideration of receiving a free book my candid thoughts follow.
As further preamble it should be noted that if I’m not really in this book’s target demographic. As a book of Christian poetry it should have little appeal to me since I’m neither religious nor much of a fan of poetry. However, I pride myself on an almost self-destructive open-mindedness when it comes to GoodReads drawings. So,
I decided to read this book because of a crisis of faith. Amber writes exceptional prose to deliver her point that it is okay to question your faith. This book also helped me get through some tough times, which was a pleasant surprise. I'm not typically a fan of poetry, but this book caught my attention and I would recommend it.
Raelee Carpenter
I can't pretend to know much about or have extensive experience with poetry, but this volume was beautiful to me, gritty and profound, drawing tears from my eyes.
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Amber Koneval is a twenty-something in Denver, Colorado, who has a double B.A. in English and Religious Studies.
She has been published in more than thirty different journals, both in print and online.

Her first collection of poetry, 'Drunk Dialing the Divine', was released November 12, 2012 from eLectio publishing. In 2013, she received the 2013 Doxa Award in Poetry from the Nebraska Christian Co
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“A desperate plea to the Trinity
is not something you can just
apologize for in the morning

-Drunk Dialing the Divine”
“a criminal sketch of Christ
on a diner napkin
-'Poet Prophets”
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