Glitter+Ash Wednesday received international press coverage from February-March, 2017. Here are a couple of our favorites:
- "Mixing Glitter and Protest to Support LGBTQ RIghts," Anya M. Galli Robertson, The Conversation, March 25, 2017
- "Hays Church to Offer Glitter Ash Wednesday in LGBT Support," Katherine Burgess, The Wichita Eagle, February 25, 2017.
Interviews on other Queer Virtue topics:
- "Queer Virtue: What Can the LGBT Experience Teach Everyone About Christianity?" by Philip C. Baldwin, Gay Times, November 7, 2016
- "The Queerness of Christian Ethics: An Interview with Rev. Elizabeth Edman" by Candace Chellew-Hodge, Religion Dispatches, July 25, 2016
- "Christianity, Queers, Crisis... & What About Orlando?" with Steve Austin, Faydra Koenig, and Kevin Garcia on Blab.im , June 23, 2016.
"Rupturing Binaries: my talk with Reverend Elizabetht M. Edman on "Queer Virtue."", by Lindsey Twigg, SPECTRUM
MINISTRIES SANTA BARBARA Blog, June 6, 2016.
Discussion about Queer Virtue on Queer Theology By Brian G. Murphy & Shannon T.L. Kearns, Queer Theology Podcast, May 17, 2016 <download podcast>
"An interview with Rev. Liz Edman, author of “Queer Virtue”by The Reverend Elizabeth M. Edman ," Interview by M Barclay, Reconciling Ministries Network, May 26, 2016.
Op-Eds and blog posts by Liz:
On Sunday, June 11, The New York Times published a front-page article on the Christian Left, featuring the Rev. William Barber II. The following Sunday, the Times dedicated its letters section to responses to this article. The letter that kicked off the discussion was by Liz Edman. The New York Times, June 18, 2017.
"The Price of Glitter," guest blog post for in Beacon Broadside, June 16, 2017
"What Christians can learn from queer courage," Religious News Service, June 21, 2016,
"What religion are those religious exemption laws protecting?," Bilerico Report,LGBT Nation, ·Tuesday, May 17, 2016
"Rebuke to Episcopal Church," Letter to The New York Times, JAN. 15, 2016.
Reviews of Queer Virtue:
- "New in June: LGBTQ Christian books "This is My Body," "Queer Virtue," "Mr. Grumpy Christian," Uganda's bishop Senyonjo, Mother Juana de la Cruz," by Kittredge Cherry, Jesus in Love Blog , June 01, 2016. <full review>
- "One of the most highly anticipated books of the year." "A major new book...'Queer Virtue' sparkles with a graceful writing style, provocative ideas, honest self-revelation, and up-to-date LGBTQ pop culture references..."
— Kittredge Cherry in Jesus in Love Blog <full review>.
- "Every page reverberates with vivid insights and suggestions for outreach...We could begin by handing Queer Virtue to anyone who is open to a joyously inclusive vision."
— Dr. Virginia Mollenkott in Christian Feminism Today <full review>
- "For a straight guy like me whose life experience has been anything but queer, Edman’s call for Christians to embrace queerness is both challenging and refreshing…The entire volume has a great deal to offer any person, LGBTQ or otherwise, who is concerned about the future of Christianity as a meaningful force in our society."
— Dan Wilkinson's in Unfundamentalist Christian blog <full review>
- “Elizabeth Edman’s Queer Virtue is a powerful work of theological and autobiographical reflection that illuminates the deep connections between queerness and Christianity. This book will be a valuable guide for anyone who navigates the liminal spaces between these distinct yet mutually-reinforcing worlds.”
—The Rev. Patrick S. Cheng, author of Radical Love: An Introduction to Queer Theology
- “The once marginalized discipline of Gay Studies is now decidedly back in the curriculum and in the intellectual arena. This book is a sterling example of the best of it, and on a subject – ethics and morality – that is an emerging area of interest in all fields. It will be a little classic, and will be read and argued about for a long time to come.”
—Harvey Cox, author of The Future of Faith and How to Read the Bible
- "A breath of fresh, queer, air…With vivacious smarts and a wicked sense of humor, Edman compels her readers to fully embrace our gloriously multifaceted God-given identities. If you’ve wondered if you can be fully queer and fully Christian, the answer is a resounding “yes,” and Edman will show you the way."
—Emily M.D. Scott, Pastor, St. Lydia's -- A Dinner Church, Brooklyn, NY
"How to be a Better Christian: Lessons from a Queer Priest," Grace is Messy a blog by Steve Austin, June 10, 2016.
"How LGBTQ love saves Christianity: A priest explains," Salon, JUN 4, 2016
"Hope in the Godless Days of AIDS" , Advocate, May 24, 2016