I just finished reading Susan Isaac’s funny, insightful Angry Conversations with God: A Snarky but Authentic Spiritual Memoir.The book chronicles Isaac’s ups and downs as she tries to make sense of the confusion and disappointment that she encounters in her life. She’d been told to consider God as her spouse and takes that imagery seriously so she goes off to couples therapy with God. (She lived in California at the time so finding a therapist to go along with that was possible.) The memoir is original, fresh, honest and insightful. I could feel for her as she copes with all kinds of disappointments and doesn’t get why things are not working out for her.
She’s got her own style, but does remind me of Anne Lamott. Isaacs is on the Act One faculty, which is how I learned of her.