amy george


ad pax:
creativity and communion

providing practical writing exercises and prompts, author amy george’s ‘ad pax’ blog seeks to help modern-day christians cultivate and find truth by way of writing toward it. by following in the footsteps of the psalmists, we can create writing that brings us to closer communion with god and helps us to discover how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. this blog encourages introspection, contemplation, and creative vision.

amy l. george is the author of ‘the fragrance of memory’ (amsterdam press, 2010); ‘sacred fires and ebullient flames’ (red ochre press, 2011); and desideratum (finishing line press, 2013). she and her husband live in north texas where they both teach english at southwestern assemblies of god university in waxahachie.

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