"The demand for religious books ... still growing"

Phyllis Tickle is a well-known writer on religious subjects and an astute trend-watcher. Formerly the religion editor for Publishers Weekly, the international journal of the book-publishing industry in the English language, she is currently its contributing editor in religion, monitoring trends in spirituality and publishing. Besides reviewing a host of books on prayer, self-help, and spirituality, she has also written a number of books herself, including God-Talk in America (Crossroad, 1997).

She comments for the Sentinel on the current state of affairs in religious publishing and on the steadily accelerating public demand for books on spirituality.

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Book review of Science and Health
October 30, 2000
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