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Issue 58

A conversation with Terry Tempest Williams; a look at artist Jeffrey Mongrain’s “icons of eloquence”; Claire Holley on making a record as a mother; and Gregory Wolfe on Four Cultures of the West. Plus, poems by Cintio Vitier, Stuart Dybek, Michael Chitwood, and Melissa Range; fiction by Melanie Rae Thon; and more.

The Amanuensis


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The Good-morrow


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In Song the Words are Fruit, in Prayer Blight


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Break of Day


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The Four Cultures


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The Human Share


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A Conversation with Terry Tempest Williams


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Name


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Common Ways


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Jeffrey Mongrain: An Iconography of Eloquence


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River’s Edge


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Elysium


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Host & Hunger: Recent Work of Jim Zingarelli


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Child of God


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Absolution


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The Mass of Virtue


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World


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Believer


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Lady Undressing


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Good Friday


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The Community of Minds


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The Wisdom of Goodnight Moon


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Prayer


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On Value


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Asking for Salt


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grainy image of a blurry woman under a warm orange light at nighttime outside

Kyrie Pantokrator


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Love’s Alchemy


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Doxologies and Admonitions


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Scriptorium


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Woman’s Constancy


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Claire Holley


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