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Issue 83

The art of Catholic expressionist Karen Laub-Novak; fiction by A.N. Muia and Shannon Skelton; poems by Stephen Cushman, Paul Mariani, and Katharine Coles; Wayne Roosa and his art students explore the surprising parallels between Old Testment prophets and contemporary performance art; and more.

Conjoined


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The Vermilion Saint


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Deus ex Machina


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The Rage of Peter De Vries: Reckoning with a Brokenhearted Humorist


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A Viewing Party


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The Fruit Thereof


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Transfers


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Psalm Ghazal I & II


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Syllable Nutshell


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The Reclusive Novel: Community, Tradition, and Loneliness


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Ars Poetica: Baptismal Story


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The Sanctuary at Chimayó


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Wayne Roosa


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The Holy Fool Meets Himself on One of His Highways


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In the Candleroom at Saint Bartholomew’s on New Year’s Eve


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Anti-poetics


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Appeal to the Self


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Ex Nihilo, Then Us


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Psalm for the Lost


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Venetian Villanelle


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The Open Window


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Bewilder


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A Conversation with Roberta Ahmanson


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Annunciation


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The Avant-Garde and Sacred Discontent: Contemporary Performance Artists Meet Ancient Jewish Prophets


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Rowing for Shore


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The Egret Tree


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Karen Laub-Novak: A Catholic Expressionist in the Era of Vatican II


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