Ms. Magazine listed "The Fog of Faith" under "10 Feminist Books to Read This Summer." This piece appears in the Summer 2017 issue of Ms.
"Stucky was just 16 when her boyfriend, fearing she would leave him, raped her and threatened her life. Years later, after they were married and raising a child together, his abuse only became more severe and unrelenting. In her chilling and tumultuous memoir, Stucky recounts her attempts to play by the rules of the Mennonite Church that failed to protect her, and her embrace of feminist notions of faith and survival that finally led her to a new life."
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Jennifer Levin reviews and highlights "The Fog of Faith" in this weekly Santa Fe arts and culture magazine. Click to read.
“Most of us have some sense that being a part of a faith community makes us good, but when push comes to shove, that’s when you have to ask yourself what you really believe. In the Mennonite community, you better believe what you say you believe, because it’s going to threaten your life if violence comes your way.” -Leona Stucky
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