David Loy is going to be at the Tricycle Book Club Monday, September 20 to discuss his latest book, The World is Made of Stories. If you are planning on joining the conversation (or aren’t sure yet and need some convincing), you will enjoy listening to a Q&A about the book between Loy and Tricycle‘s Joan Duncan Oliver. During the interview Loy explains the big subject of his little book: what constitutes a story and why it matters. He also reads an excerpt from the The World is Made of Stories. Listen to it here the Tricycle Book Club. If you’re not yet a Tricycle Community Member you’ll have to sign up in order to give it a listen, but—don’t worry!—it’s free and easy. Buy the book from Wisdom Publications here. David Loy is a frequent Tricycle contributor. His previous books include The Great Awakening: A Buddhist Social Theory and The Dharma of Dragons and Daemons. He is the Besl Professor of Ethics/Religion and Society at Xavier University in Cincinnati.
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