Archive for Shona Crabtree

Shona Crabtree is a freelance journalist based in San Francisco who writes about religion in America. Her work has appeared in USA Today, The Washington Post and The Dallas Morning News, among others. She started covering religion for CBS Radio's national show, The Osgood File, and previously worked as a daily newspaper reporter. Her interest in religion stems, in part, from growing up in India, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, Puerto Rico, England and Switzerland

The Most Mysterious Haggadah: Q+A with “People of the Book” author Geraldine Brooks

A sweeping narrative set in multiple locations with a myriad cast of characters, People of the Book, a novel by Pulitzer-prize winning author Geraldine Brooks, is held together by one thing – a powerful fascination with a deceptively tattered book. The maxim “don’t judge a book by its cover” couldn’t be more applicable as the […]

24Apr2008 | Shona Crabtree | 3 comments | Continued
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