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Issue 86

A conversation with Li-Young Lee, plus three new poems; Samuel Gray Anderson enters the enchanted world of Nick Cave; and Randy Boyagoda offers a short story about an accidental saint. Plus, Gregory Wolfe on the problem of silence; poems by Marjorie Stelmach, Bronwen B. Newcott, and Jill Bergkamp; novelist Samuel Thomas Martin on the photography of Jonathan Castellino; stained glass by Thomas Denny; and more.

Prayer with Rotohammer


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Church Bells


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Making Meaning out of Music Or, Dancing about Architecture Is a Reasonable Thing to Do


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Theodicy after City of God


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Cloudless


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Walking Man: The Art of Thomas Denny


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Discipleship Training in Kailua Kona


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Scout’s Honor


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The Breaking Strain of Grace


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John Wesley, After Field Preaching


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Lacrimae Rerum


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Canticle of Want


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George Herbert on the Road to Salisbury


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The Harboring Silence


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Samuel Gray Anderson on Nick Cave


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Creed in the Santa Ana Winds


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A Photograph from the Hubble Telescope


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Sister Saint Maisie Connecticut


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A Prayer for Home


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Question for My Father


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Sticking the Landing


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On Lazarus, Weeks before Her Death


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Mixed Company


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Candy and Copenhagen: Encountering the Art of Jonathan Castellino


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Folding a Five-Cornered Star So the Corners Meet


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Tongue Is the Pen


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A Conversation with Li-Young Lee


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I Loved You Before I Was Born


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School


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Nick Cave’s Enchanted World: Some Angles of Entry


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Just Time


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My Mother’s Visit


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Something Understood


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