Jennifer Kavanagh talks to Ian Kirk-Smith about her life, work and faith
Jennifer Kavanagh has written eight non-fiction books and a novel, The Emancipation of B, having turned to writing after a career of nearly thirty years in publishing. She became a Quaker in 1996 and is an active member of Westminster Meeting in London.
She has always balanced a deep concern for contemplation and the mystical with action. Faith has prompted practice. She is a practical mystic: thoughtful, wise, perceptive, looking for opportunities to serve and always seeking to find a balance between inward experience and outward witness, and, in her words, ‘plenitude and the void’.
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