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Issue 52

A conversation with Alice McDermott; a special excerpt from an obscure mid-century pamphlet by a British Dominican priest—words as fresh today as ever; Scott Cairns on the end of suffering; and the expressive landscapes of Louise McClary. With poems by Floyd Skloot, Lance Larsen, and Margaret Gibson; fiction by Paul Rawlins, Sheri Allen, and Penny Susan Rose; and more.

The Everlasting Song


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When Marriage Is a Tomb Where Silence Dwells


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Of Dissonance and Touch: A Movement in Sonata Form


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The End of Suffering


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Louise McClary: Landscapes of Love


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A Conversation with Alice McDermott


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To the Lost One Third


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Afternoon Swim


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The Visitation


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Playing the Bawd at Twenty


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Balance


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Nothing More


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Poetry Is the Spirit of the Dead, Watching


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Rabbi Worth


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The Back of God’s Head


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Omaha, Eastbound


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Modern Culture and Christian Renewal


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