Friends Journal, a publication whose mission is to communicate Quaker experience in order to connect and deepen spiritual lives, recently published a review of This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World. The reviewer, Claire J. Salkowski, writes: "Many parents grapple with similar issues of faith and personal belief, wondering how best to [...]
At Fiction Writers Review: “We tend to think of being an artist in terms of inspiration, but we also need to know how to work”: Author Kali VanBaale chats with Sophfronia Scott about misbehaving characters, what writers can learn from Bruce Springsteen, writing across genres, and Sophfronia’s new novel, Unforgivable Love, published from William Morrow. Go [...]
The London-based Times Literary Supplement, published a review of Love's Long Line, written by Jennifer Schaffer. "Sophfronia Scott’s calm confidence in her craft and her generosity with her subjects give consistent pleasure." An excerpt from the review can be found at this link. The page includes instructions on how to subscribe to TLS to read the full [...]
Author Renée E. D’Aoust writes, "Sophfronia Scott’s collection of essays Love’s Long Line reminds us that a life lived with hope is a life full of possibility. While walking in New York City’s Central Park or visiting her emotionally absent mother in Ohio, Scott shows us what it means to find faith." The review is available at [...]
From The Christian Century: "We asked some of our favorite novelists and poets to tell us about three recent works of fiction that they found especially moving, helpful, challenging, or beautiful and that speak to them in a deep way." Sophfronia Scott says of her choices, "...three books have moved me to see anew the [...]
Midwestern Gothic staffer Marisa Frey talked with author Sophfronia Scott about her book Love’s Long Line, solitude vs. loneliness, love and faith in everyday life, and more. Read the interview at this link.