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Issue 77

A conversation with memoirist Dennis Covington; Daniel Siedell on the art of Anselm Kiefer; and poetry by Scott Cairns, Eric Pankey, Gina Franco, and Ciaran Berry. Plus, Susanne Antonetta travels to sacred site Chimayo; Gregory Wolfe revels in “slow culture”; and Paula Huston shows us how artist David Dewey “attends to the light.”

Foundations of a Marvelous Science


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Web Exclusive: An Agrarian Conversion


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And Yet another Page and Yet


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Letter VII from the Western Coast of the British Isles to a Hermit Monk of the Thebaïd, Egypt, Sixth Century


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Hesychasterion


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Houghton Lake


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Articulation


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Learning the Crawl


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The Entry into Jerusalem


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A Conversation with Dennis Covington


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A Study for a Figure at the Base of the Crucifixion


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Where Do You Stand? Anselm Kiefer’s Visual and Verbal Artifacts


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Paradise


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Attending to the Light: The Landscapes of David Dewey


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The Perfectly Transparent Splinter


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An Apprenticeship in Affliction


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Guide to Avian Architecture


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The Underground Life of Prayer


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Slow Culture


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Hive Boxes


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With Saint Christopher at Chimayo


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Ex Cathedra


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How the Band Becomes One Body


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Visioning the Invisible


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Ordinary Ghosts


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