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The Dave Walker Guide to the Church
by Dave Walker
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Dave Walker, a 35-year-old cartoonist, web editor and former church and community youth worker has earned international fame, not only as a cartoon commentator on the state of the Church (local and universal) and regular cartoonist on the Church Times, but as the creator of ''The Dullest Blog in the World''.
The New York Times reported, “Mr. Walker has raised dull blogging to an art form by meticulously chronicling mundane events in his life: checking e-mail, turning his head to the right, walking past the ironing board, and thinking about making some food. His minimalist musings have attracted something of a cult following, with his blog (www.wibsite.com/wiblog/dull/) counting about 85,000 page views a month. Seldom has dullness generated such keen interest."
His cartoons have a similar wry, unexpected quality – he turns his humour towards such subjects as What Your Pew Says About You, When to Stand Up For a Hymn, Flags on Church Towers, The Dangers of Arriving Too Early or too Late, and other uneventful aspects of life in local churches.
The Dave Walker Guide to the Church by Dave Walker was published by Canterbury Press in August 2006 and is our 11250th best seller. The ISBN for The Dave Walker Guide to the Church is 9781853117794.
This product is also listed in the following departments:
- Christian Humour department
|Page last updated||19th January 2012|
|Author / Artist||Dave Walker|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (August 2006)|
|Number of Pages||128|