An internet bookstore lists The Wall & Beyond among “Books About Religion.”
What makes me particularly happy is that someone has understood that The Wall & Beyond is not a “religious book” per se. Rather, it questions and challenges religion as an entity that often stands between us and the divine; between a person and the person’s soul.
Thank you to whoever has recognized this in The Wall & Beyond!
(To clarify, my poetry is spiritual—or intended to be so. By “religion” I do not mean God or “the divine” but institutions that impose themselves between people and God; often with quite materialistic agendas.)