Rachel Mann Anglican priest, poet, writer, reviewer, broadcaster and critic, poetry


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Rachel is an Anglican Priest, poet, writer and broadcaster based in South Manchester.

Read about Rachel and find out what makes her tick.­

­On this website you can learn more about Rachel's work in Poetry, Theology, and Journalism.

There is also information about her books Dazzling Darkness, The Risen Dust, A Star-Filled Grace,
& Fierce Imaginings.

Check out Rachel's blog a commentary on culture and faith.­

Shortlisted for Michael Ramsey Prize!
Shortlisted for Michael Ramsey Prize!

'Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God' is a personal, theological and literary exploration of the meaning of World War One for modern post-Brexit British identity. Rachel Mann argues that part of 'our' fascination with the War and its remembrance is our ongoing-search for 'the human'. (The book includes a Foreword by Rowan Williams)

Thought for the Day We need jugglers and high-wire artists – sequinned, sparkling and dancing on the void – if theology is to measure up at all to the magnificent God whose gambling habits and sleights of hand boggle our simple minds Sara Maitland

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