Rachel Mann Anglican priest, poet, writer, reviewer, broadcaster and critic, poetry


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Rachel is an Anglican priest, poet, writer and broadcaster based in Bury, North Manchester.

Read about Rachel and find out what makes her tick.­

­On this website you can learn more about Rachel's work in Poetry, Theology, and Journalism.

There is also information about her books Dazzling Darkness, Fierce Imaginings, In the Bleak Midwinter, A Kingdom of Love and other books.

Praise for Rachel Mann:

'Exceptional' - Rowan Williams

'Astonishing' - Michael Symmons Roberts

'Perceptive ... Lucid and stimulating' - The Times Literary Supplement

Praise for The Gospel of Eve:

'...combines page-turning thriller with themes such as faith, identity, gender and desire' - The Telegraph

'...a clever, subtle, dark and theologically-driven tale' - The Tablet

Check out Rachel's blog a commentary on culture and faith.­

Debut Novel 'The Gospel of Eve'
Debut Novel 'The Gospel of Eve'

Rachel's debut novel, The Gospel of Eve, is now available. Described as an intoxicating mix of 'The Secret History' and 'The Name of the Rose', it is available from all good booksellers.

Thought for the Day I can believe a thing without understanding it. It's all a matter of training Lord Peter Wimsey
Shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize
Shortlisted for the Michael Ramsey Prize

'Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God' is a personal, theological and literary exploration of the meaning of World War One for modern post-Brexit British identity. Rachel Mann argues that part of 'our' fascination with the War and its remembrance is our ongoing-search for 'the human'. (The book includes a Foreword by Rowan Williams)


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