fhare on August 8, 2014A conversation with John Waters about the radical transformation to his approach to religion and the deep resonance this discovery has had in his life. John Waters is an Irish journalist, author and playwright. His first book, Jiving at the Crossroads (1991), about the cultural underbelly of Irish politics, was a bestseller. His other publications include Race of Angels (1994) a study of the roots of U2’s music in Irish history and culture, The Politburo Has Decided That You Are Unwell (2004), Lapsed Agnostic (2007) and Beyond Consolation (2010). His award-winning plays include Long Black Coat (1994) and Easter Dues (1997). He writes a popular weekly column for the Irish Times. He and his daughter Roisin live in Dublin.