Harps Unhung is the poetry project of Eileen Anderson, whose vision was to re-write all one hundred and fifty biblical Psalms, using one hundred and fifty unique poetry formats. Sadly, Eileen had completed only seventy-five of the Psalm poems before succumbing to ovarian cancer in March of 2013.
Taking the mantle up after her death, her daughter Vicki completed the remaining seventy-five poems, completing the collection. Harps Unhung is a call for suffering, sick, and weary Christians to praise the Lord in the midst of captivity—knowing, as David did, that God is mighty. Even when life seems the most bleak and hopeless, God is near to the crushed in spirit and deliverance is on its way.