Sexless in the City
What happens when you love God, but you also want to have sex?. In Sexless in the City, a twentysomething urbanite discovers that the Harlequin romances she's read and the jazz standards she’s memorized are little help in her search for that lifelong love. From Phoenix to Berkeley, Singapore and New York, Anna Broadway navigates romantic entanglements with men like the Harvard Lickwit, Hippie the Groper and Ad Weasel — all while trying to decide if the God of her youth is really real and if she can trust him with her love life.
Sexless in the City offers a humorous, yet unflinching look at what it means to obey God in our sexuality, come singleness or marriage.
All quotes in Sexless in the City made possible by the generous permission of the artists and their publishers.
- Aimee Mann
- Barenaked Ladies
- David Wilcox
- Jonatha Brooke
- Ric Hordinski (David's co-writer on "Human Cannonball")
- Tal Bachman
Jericho Books. Edited by Jennifer Grant and Cathleen Falsani.
The Bible is full of not-so-precious moments, from murder and mayhem, to sex and slavery. Now, an incredible cast of contributors tackles the parts of the Bible that most excite, frustrate, or comfort. Disquiet Time was written by and for Bible-loving Christians, agnostics, skeptics, none-of-the-aboves, and people who aren't afraid to dig deep spiritually, ask hard questions, and have some fun along the way.
White Cloud Press. Edited by Enuma Okoro and Erin S. Lane
Volume four of the I Speak for Myself Series. In this collection of courageous essays, American Christian Women under the age of 40 speak the unspeakable as they explore the taboos that still remain at the intersection of their faith, gender, and identity in the 21st-century.
Ave Maria Press. Edited by Angelo Matera.
From godspy.com—a Catholic website with a cultural, intellectual, and an orthodox point of view—comes this compelling collection of twenty-one unique and powerful personal narratives. Gathering the experiences, fears, and joys of young adult Catholics whose search for faith often puts them on a collision-course with modern society, this anthology explores the mysterious, exhilarating, and sometimes infuriating terrain of faith. These essays give voice to the struggles and triumphs of a new generation of Catholics who are transforming the Church.