One None Gets Some

Looking at life through the lens of faith

Publishers Weekly

A None’s Tour of America’s Faith Traditions: PW Talks to Corinna Nicolaou

Like her fellow nones, Corinna Nicolaou claims no religious affiliation— a growing trend among Americans. To find out what she might be missing, the writer whose work has appeared in Salon, The Washington Post, and more began attending services of major faith traditions around the country. Her experiences are featured in A None’s Story: Searching for Meaning Inside Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam (Columbia University Press, April 5).

What motivated you to write the book?

I grew up in a very secular household, and I was just personally really curious about religion. I didn’t know where to start, and I was…(follow the link to read the full interview).


6 thoughts on “Publishers Weekly

  1. Stayed up an hour past my bedtime to start your book. Although I was a regular enthusiastic reader of the One None Gets Some blog, I am finding the book an even more satisfying read. I will be sharing it with other ‘seekers’.

    Val B

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