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Issue 69

A conversation with Marilyn Nelson; Gaye William Ortiz on women and Islam in cinema; Kim Peavey on theological school; and Bret Lott on the creative writing workshop. With poetry by Thomas Lynch, Jennifer Atkinson, and Fleda Brown; a gorgeous personal essay by Laura Bramon Good; artwork by Marc Quinn and Chris Ofili; and more.

Paradox of Flesh: The Art of Chris Ofili


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The Poetry of Exile


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Woman Holding a Balance


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Image of an empty classroom in the mid afternoon. The room is in blue shadows with sunlight coming through the windows. The many chairs and desks are empty.

Writing with So Great a Cloud of Witnesses


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two apples sitting on the dark earth. the one on the left is dark red, like blood, and the one on the right is green and red and streaked with color.

Zero Gains


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The Bar Mitzvah


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On Becoming Divine


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Hands plucking what looks like basil and putting it into a round white bowl on top of a wooden countertop.

Safari Supper


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For the Virgin of Sorrows


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A Cinema of Solidarity: Women, Film, and Islam


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His Purgations  


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Fist


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Into Deep Waters


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landscape of stony crags and green grass, an area of yellow from the sun.

He Weeps among the Clare Antiquities


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Midrash


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textured painting in dark red with a white gash down the center and a white paint slash at the top.

Erotic Theology


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Argyle among the Moveen Lads


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The Age of Loss


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Charles Pickstone


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Recompense His Paraclete


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The Language of Flannelgraph


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Canticle of the Cherry Tree


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Fishguard Harbour  


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Canticle of the Penitent Magdalene


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A Conversation with Marilyn Nelson


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Canticle of the Sleeping Child


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Marc Quinn: The Matter of Life and Death


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Notre Dame


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