Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Summers Robinson (born November 26, 1943) is an American novelist and essayist. She has received several awards including the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2005 and the 2012 National Humanities Medal. The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has described Robinson as “one of the world’s most compelling English-speaking novelists”

from Wikipedia

(With this posting I am broadening the “Net Prophets” by including persons who are not theologians or ministers.)

Wikipedia Page

Amazon Page


Ellsworth Harmsworth Lecture Oxford  2011
Where are we? What are we doing here? Night Thoughts of a Baffled Humanist


Yale Univ  Nov 2008   48:51
Marilynne Robinson, “Housekeeping”

Yale Univ  Nov 2008   49:28
Marilynne Robinson, “Housekeeping” (cont.)

Library of Congress  2009  37:23
Marilynne Robinson – 2009 National Book Festival

Univ of Iowa   2010  1:02:37
Presidential Lecture “Being Here”

Kansas City Public Library  May 2010  42:36
A Conversation with Marilynne Robinson

Univ of Iowa  June 2011  42:38
“The Workshop as Phenomenon”- Marilynne Robinson

Berkeley Center  May 2013  1:20 45
Paul Elie Interviews Marilynne Robinson

Library of Congress  May 2013  48:06
Marilynne Robinson: 2012 National Book Festival

Lawrence Public Library  Mar 2014  1:26:56
Marilynne Robinson Author Talk

Salmagundi Magazine  Aug 2014  1:14:37
Peg Boyers and Marilynne Robinson, SWI 2014


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