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Read Philip’s new short story  “COVID-19 Comes to Harmony”

Philip’s latest book “UNLEARNING GOD: How Unbelieving Helped Me Believe” is now available.  CLICK HERE to find out more.


You can get  information about Philip Gulley and his books in this downloadable Press Kit:

Gully Press Kit 2019- Zip File.

You may download these hig-res photos of Philip:

IMG_2294-Phil Gulley.

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View video from QuakerSpeak “If the Church Were Christian” CLICK HERE.

View video from Earlham College School of Religion Spirituality Gathering 2012 CLICK HERE.


IMlogoRead Philip’s monthly Back Home Again column in Indianapolis Monthly.

January, 2023 “Sick With Worry”
December, 2022 “Hardly Your Average Joe”
November, 2022 “I’ll Do It Tomorrow”
October, 2022 “The Elephant In The Room”
September, 2022 “Tipping Point”
August, 2022 “The Royal Treatment”
July, 2022 “The Parent Trap”
June, 2022 “Sea Change”
May, 2022 “Country Living Is Such A Chore”
April, 2022 “Meet Me In The Middle”
March, 2022 “Scents And Sensibility”
February, 2022 “Head In The Cloud”
January, 2022 “Shooting The Breeze In The Screenhouse”
December, 2021 “Hoosier Bright Spots”
November, 2021 “Sound Check, Please”
October, 2021 “Growing Concern”
September, 2021 “Tilting At Windmills”
August, 2021 “A Motor Tour Down Memory Lane”
July, 2021 “Heaven Can Wait – At Least Until My Retirement Runs Out”
June, 2021 “Hire Like A Pro (Or At Least Like A Quaker)”
May, 2021 “Lawnmowers Of The World, Unite”
April, 2021 “Maintain Wedded Bliss For Four Decades Using This One Weird Trick”
March, 2021 “In Moderna (Or Pfizer, Or Johnson & Johnson, Or Whoever) We Trust”
February, 2021 “IMPD’s Excessive Use of Police Dogs is Repulsive”
January, 2021 “I Would Strongly Advise You Against RV Ownership”

Letter to the Editor Indianapolis Monthly


Read Philip’s Lighter Side column in The Saturday Evening Post.

January/February 2023 “Shop Talk”
November/December 2022 “Thanksgiving Dinner Scramble”
September/October 2022 “Mourning Summer’s End”
July/August 2022 “Getting an Electric Bike Is an Uphill Battle”
May/June 2022 “The Punch List”
March/April 2022 “Gimme a Break!”
January/February 2022 “The Quietest Place in America”
November/December 2021 “A Child’s Christmas Joy”
May/June 2021 “Memorial Day Traditions In Small Towns”
March/April 2021 “America’s Near-Death Experience”
January/February 2021 “Free Your Inner Geezer”
November/December 2020 “Rent-A-Kid For Christmas?”
September/October 2020 “The Upside of Hypochondria”
July/August 2020 “Chautauqua: Family Get-Aways for Knowledge, Community, Beauty”
May/June 2020 “Finding The Balance Between Rosy and Ominous Predictions”
March/April 2020 “No More Mr. Ice Guy”
January/February 2020 “Too Much Stuff”
November/December 2019 “Dear Idiot (A Writer’s Lament)”
September/October 2019 “Fall Out Of Favor”
July/August 2019 “What’s Wrong with Kids’ Sports”
May/June 2019 “Why Don’t Kids Ride Bikes Anymore?”
March/April 2019 “Slow Learner”
January/February 2019 ”  ‘S No Problem”
November/December 2018 “Taken for a Ride”
July/August 2018 “Savoring Gorgeous Summer Evenings”
May/June 2018 “Going South on an Antique Motorcycle”
March/April 2018 “Signs of Spring in a Small Town”
January/February 2018 “My Wood Stove”
November/December 2017 “Our First Christmas Without Mom”
September/October 2017 “Don’t Have a Cow”
May/June 2017 “Spring Cleaning Survival Guide”
Mar/April 2017 “Why March is the Worst”
January/February 2017 “Bad Wrap”