Alternative Theologies Third — or Is that Fourth? — of Alternative Series Officially Offered

(Quoth the Press Release)  This is Book Four in the Alternatives Series of anthologies.

The Alternatives series looks at the social and political questions of the day with a mix of story, poetry, essay and, above all, a healthy bite of humor.

ALTERNATIVE THEOLOGIES takes its turn with a gentle look at religion.

A sensitive topic.

Henry Frederic Amiel said:  “Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark journey with us.  Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind.”

And while this book explores theology and beliefs, it is written to be kind, thoughtful, and at times funny.

It will make you laugh, and it will make you think, but it will also give you an understanding of how diverse people see belief.

And so it goes, Tuesday, August 14.  This is the official release date for B Cubed Press’s ALTERNATIVE THEOLOGIES:  PARABLES FOR THE MODERN WORLD (cf. August 11, 10, et al.), and now with a newly integrated Amazon page where both Kindle and print copies can be obtained!  But is it Book Four or only Book Three?  One has seen it both ways.  The answer, I think, is there are two other books with the actual word “Alternative” in their titles, ALTERNATIVE TRUTHS and MORE ALTERNATIVE TRUTHS:  STORIES FROM THE RESISTANCE, both of tales of America in a post-Trump world.  But there is one other, AFTER THE ORANGE:  RUIN AND RECOVERY, so that can be counted as Volume three — or not, depending on how you see it.

In any event, all three — or four! — have now been officially published by B Cubed Press.  And to check out the latest (in print OR Kindle, both choices are offered, and both with my poem “Tit for Tat” because, yes, I have a kit in this kaboodle too) one need but press here.


  1. Marge Simon

    I didn’t see your photo with the other authors, Jim. Did they ask you for one!?

  2. Yes, and I sent one, so I don’t know either but I think what happened is they first used photos they already had (from their previous books perhaps), then put out a call to the rest of us, but haven’t since had time to update their page. That’s just a guess, though, and I haven’t asked them (I know they were very busy with getting the new book published on time). But thanks for asking.

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