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Issue 94

Philip Metres on being an Arab Christian student in Russia; Mary McCampbell on Douglas Coupland (author of Generation X and Microserfs); the sculpture of Karen Swenholt; poems by Jason Gray, Alison Pelegrin, and Bruce Bond; fiction about Houdini’s widow (by Chris Gavaler), crossing to freedom (by Molly McNett), and raising horses (by Sarah Shermyen). Plus Jen Hinst-White reviews apocalyptic fiction from indie press novelists.

Featuring: the never-before-published college journal kept by one of Image’s patron saints, Flannery O’Connor. We aren’t able to put it online, so the only way to read it will be in print. Click here to subscribe to ensure you receive a copy.

The Afterlife


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Blue Heron, Marlborough


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How to Survive the Apocalypse


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Peace Be With You (And Also With You)


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Harmonium


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Higher Mathematics:
An Introduction


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The River


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Doubt at Easter


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Feast Days


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[We have nothing…]


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God Reads the Poem of the World with Interest


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[Today, having swigged a half-liter]


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The Years Were Patient with Me


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[My brain is like a millstone]


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Ex Nihilo


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Saint Taciturn


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The Border


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Woodpile


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Egypt’s Grief


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Lost and Found:
Karen Swenholt Unmakes Identity Politics


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Entreaty


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Search Results:
The Real-Life Douglas Coupland


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The Erasmus Option


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Mid-Flight, Mid-Ascension Virgin Photograph


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Singing the Darkness:
On Russia, Suffering, and Poetry


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