Michele Cox


Finding theopoetics feels like discovering water. I'm heterodox in multiple religious traditions; I sometimes describe myself as a polytheistic panentheistic monist, and I try to write poetry -- or prose -- or liturgy/ritual -- to learn what I mean.

I'm a both-and person with a background in theology; I'm a mystic; I care passionately about our God-talk, and about how we understand that talk -- as myth, as story, as poetry, as shared expression of what is essentially inexpressible. It's also the most fun there is.