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Book Title: Sweet Heaven When I Die: Faith, Faithlessness, and the Country In Between|
The author of the book: Jeff Sharlet
Edition: W. W. Norton Company
Date of issue: September 10th 2012
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ISBN 13: 9780393344233
Format files: PDF
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In this gorgeous collection of essays that has drawn comparisons to the work of Joan Didion, John McPhee, and Norman Mailer, best-selling author Jeff Sharlet reports back from the far reaches of belief, whether in the clear mountain air of “Sweet Fuck All, Colorado” or in a midnight congregation of anarchists celebrating a victory over police. Like movements in a complex piece of music, Sharlet’s dispatches vibrate with all the madness and beauty, the melancholy and aspirations for transcendence, of American life.
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Read information about the authorI'm a contributing editor for Harper's and Rolling Stone and I also write about music for Oxford American, politics for The Nation, and media for The Revealer, a review of religion and the press published by the New York University Center for Religion and Media, where I'm an associate research scholar.
I'm the author of The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power (Harper, 2008), coauthor with Peter Manseau of Killing the Buddha: A Heretic's Bible (Free Press), named by Publishers Weekly one of the top 10 religion titles of 2004, and the author of The Hammer Song, a short history of American protest music to be published by Basic Books in 2009. I live in Brooklyn with my wife, Julia Rabig, and a fascist cat named Richard."