Michael Galvin

Food for Thought is a series of thoughtful essays on books in author Michael Galvin’s library. He takes a closer look on the lessons he’s learned from volumes as diverse as Benedictus by John O’Donoghue to The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying by Sogyal Rinpoche.

In the introduction, Michael Galvin says “The idea is to pay a visit to individual books of my collection and dedicate a chapter to each. I am excited at the prospect of introducing you to some of my most trusted literary companions and friends, which I must caution, include a number of surprises and perhaps, unexpected characters!”