Garret Keizer

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Garret Keizer Born in 1953, is an American author, writer and essayist. He has written numerous critically acclaimed books including: Help: The Original Human Dilemma, The Enigma of Anger, and A Dresser of Sycamore Trees. He is also a regular contributor to Harper's Magazine. He has served as an Episcopal priest and a High School English teacher. He grew up in New Jersey and now lives with his family in north eastern Vermont.

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  • The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want: A Book About Noise
  • The Enigma of Anger: Essays on a Sometimes Deadly Sin
  • A Dresser of Sycamore Trees: The Finding of A Ministry
  • Help: The Original Human Dilemma
  • God of Beer
  • No Place But Here: A Teacher's Vocation in a Rural Community
  • Privacy, Picador, 2012
  • Getting Schooled: The Reeducation of an American Teacher, Henry Holt, 2014

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