"Four and Twenty Blackbirds" by Margot Hover

  • "Four and Twenty Blackbirds" by Margot Hover

Four and Twenty Blackbirds is a collection of word portraits of the people, places, and events populating the author's universe. These essays are sometimes feisty, sometimes funny, always tender, and recognizable as deeply human.

Margot Hover

Margot Hover, D.Min. ACPE/NACC Supervisor Emerita spent her pre-retirement career first as high school English and drama teacher, then as teaching chaplain at Dallas Parkland Hospital, Duke University, Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and finally, working with pastors throughout rural Illinois and Missouri. She was foster parent for troubled teens before adopting two Cambodian refugee children, and is now proud grandmother of five. She currently ministers as a Spiritual Director. She lives at Pilgrim Place, a retirement community working for peace, justice, and care of the environment.

Email: maggiehpiper@gmail.com

Website: apocketfullofwry.com

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Tags: word portraits, memoir, essays, journey