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Issue 73

Jim Hinch considers the future of religious art in America among migrant farm workers and mystery plays; Christian Wiman writes about the language of faith; and Gregory Wolfe considers the Chauvet Cave through Werner Herzog’s documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams. Plus, fiction by Erin McGraw and Diane Glancy; poems by Melissa Range, Paul Mariani, and Sydney Lea; a conversation with former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts Dana Gioia; and more.

Verdigris


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Kermes Red


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A Conversation with Dana Gioia


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Minium


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A Celebration of Transient Beauty: The Photographic Art of Paul Kenny


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The Harrowing


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Corona de Espinas


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Leeks


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Varieties of Quiet


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Putting Out into the Deep from Gloucester


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Our Last Suppers


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The Cave and the Cathedral


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Imperative


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The Logic of Wonder


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The Weight of Fire


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Late Easter, Spring Come Lately


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Web Exclusive: A Reader Interview with Betsy Sholl


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Step


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Our Heads against the Walls


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Topographies of Easter


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Before All Things


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Magdalen


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Elegy for D.S.


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Easter Pantoum


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Onesimus


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Orpiment


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