Religion News Service’s Jeff Salkin has
on his From This Broken Hill I Sing To You: God, Sex, and Politics in the Work of Leonard Cohen Best Books of 2022 List. I am deeply moved. Salkin is among the most creative minds out there in journalism on religion.
A wonderfully smart and inspiring
podcast hosted by Jeff Salkin, with Cohen’s rabbi, Mordecai Finely. I am honored to be part of the conversation. Click here
Honored to talk about Leonard Cohen’s work with philosopher Moshe Halbertal and host Stephan Steiner at the Catholic Academy in Berlin–and with four sensational musicians! Click
Have a look at the
latest on soothsayer Leonard Cohen on the prestigious Sapientia blog (Fordham University). Get From The Broken Hill I Sing to You on Cohen’s thought and diagnosis for our times here
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Iconic songwriter/poet Leonard Cohen is featured in this
Religion News Service piece: “Five Years After His Death, Leonard Cohen Is More Than Ever a Man for Our Times.”
Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen performs at the Glastonbury Festival 2008 in Somerset, southwest England on June 29, 2008. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Erica Jong, award-winning author of Fear of Flying, novelist, and cultural commentator says, “Marcia Pally has written an absolutely brilliant and arresting book about the lyrics of Leonard Cohen… he has done the remarkable thing of writing prophecy and social criticism into his lyrics. Marcia Pally’s book analyzes his extraordinary talent. Please read it!”
link you can watch philosopher Moshe Halbertal and Leonard Cohen’s rabbi , Mordecai Finely, discuss Cohen’s poetry and song and the book From This Broken Hill
“Babylon and Boogie Street: Leonard Cohen’s exploration of covenants” is now
out in Commonweal magazine. Photo by Philippe Gras/Alamy Stock Photo.
podcaster Johnny Goudie, on From This Broken Hill. Goudie got it all–Leonard Cohen and God, women, and the politics of our time.