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Issue 79

New fiction by Mary Gordon and Susanna Childress; Bill Coyle on listening to Leonard Cohen; poems by B.H. Fairchild and Anya Krugovoy Silver; and a conversation with poet Julia Spicher Kasdorf. Plus, Gregory Wolfe enters the intellectual ring with Dana Gioia as they ask, are there any good Catholic writers anymore? With a feature on the art of James Mellick, Jennifer Anne Moses, and more.

Looking Good


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Heart’s Companion: Listening to Leonard Cohen


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Rothko


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Forgiveness


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Insider/Outsider/In: The Art of Jennifer Anne Moses


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Meditations on Writing and Lawyering


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Ya-Quddus


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In a Dream William Stafford Visits Me


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By Other Names


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Homily


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The Catholic Writer, Then and Now


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Three Roses


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Without Sanctuary


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The Neighbor


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A Conversation with Julia Spicher Kasdorf


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Linda Hogan


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Cyprian Variations


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This is Not About Looking Like a Success


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Allegorical Strays: The Art and Craft of James Mellick


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And If Jesus Asked You to Breakfast?


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How Do You Market Prayers?


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Ways of the Cranes


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Radiant Energy


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Cellar Door


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