Priestdaddy: A Memoirby: Particia Lockwood
this is the tale of how a thirty-something poet once dubbed ‘The Smutty-Metaphor Queen of Lawrence, Kansas’ by The New York Times was forced by the cost of an operation to move back in to her parents’ rectory, husband in tow, and of what they found there: a gun-toting, guitar-riffing, frequently semi-naked father who also happens to be a priest, a mother who speaks in peculiar, gnomic phrases and scents danger everywhere; and, behind it all, the complex legacy of a childhood spent in the bosom of the Catholic Church.
The hilarious memoir of life as the daughter of a gun-toting, Catholic priest.
Publish Date: 3 may 2018
Page Count: 352