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Issue 82

A conversation with David Bazan; Hannah Faith Notess on the drawings of Gala Bent; an essay on Kurt Vonnegut by Dan Wakefield; and poems by Karen An-hwei Lee, Luis Alberto Urrea, and Bobby C. Rogers. With an exploration of the murals of Kent Twitchell; essays by D.L. Mayfield and Bruce Cockburn; reviews by Luke Hankins of poetry by Scott Cairns, Tarfia Faizullah, and Franz Wright; and more.

Which I is I?


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Smokers, Sunday Morning, 1975


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You Who Seek Grace from a Distracted God


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Poverty


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The Sea Here, Teaching Me


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A Conversation with David Bazan


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Grace in Action or Murphy’s Law in Reverse


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Dan Wakefield


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Meditation on the Evangelista


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111th Street Jesus: The Art and Faith of Muralist Kent Twitchell


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Emerson Mourns the Death of His Son


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Hanging Gardens: The Drawings of Gala Bent


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Being the Song


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Kurt Vonnegut, Christ-Loving Atheist


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Further Notes on the Martyrs


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The Subject of Longing


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Making Dinner I Think about Poverty—


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The Rule of Life


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Augustine

Augustine’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective Writers


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The Grackles


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Moravia


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Name and Nature


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Our Royalty


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