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Issue 57

Franz Wright considers language as sacrament; Jessica Murphy reviews Annie Dillard’s The Maytrees; and James Romaine explores the sculptures of Richard Serra. With poems by Lisa Russ Spaar, David Yezzi, Kelli Russell Agodon, and Moira Linehan; a conversation with Ron Hansen; new fiction by Pinckney Benedict and Paul Rawlins; and more.

The World, the Flesh, and the Devil


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Hope


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Pinckney Benedict


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Savasana


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image of an individual in a church looking upwards and maybe taking a photo; her back is to the camera.

The Spirit of Promise


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bare trees against a blue sky

The People


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The Napkin


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Gravity and Grace: The Art of Richard Serra


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Adam and Eve in front of a tree, Eve is holding on to a branch and handing Adam an apple

Adam Praises Eve


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city at night, blue in the dusk

Conversation at Heaven’s Gate


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Normal


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The Garden


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Oliver Barratt: Poetry of the Void


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My Nineveh


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Language as Sacrament in the New Testament


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A Conversation with Ron Hansen


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The Anxiety Offices


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vintage image of a woman preparing a dinner in her kitchen, while wearing an apron

The Medicine of Immortality


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The Kingdom of the Eternal Heaven


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image of a small boy and his father on a ferry, it looks cold.

Start with the Trouble


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The Fawn


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Conservative Elegies


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My Mother in Connecticut


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The Nature of a Marriage


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