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Issue 68

Gregory Wolfe takes on the modern saying, “I’m spiritual but not religious,” flipping it on its head; Robert Clark writes lovingly of director Terence Davies; and Rod Pattenden explores how the art of Emmanuel Garibay is “an artist for our time, when art, politics, religion, and power collide.” With poems by Scott Cairns, Kate Daniels, and Steven Haven; a conversation with poet and playwright Jeanne Murray Walker; fiction by Charles Turner; essays by Judith Rock and Deborah Joy Corey; and more.

Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Scott Cairns


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Of the Body Taken In


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Sunrise Insomnia Service


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close up of a glass of red wine.

Wine for Those Who Faint


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Conversion


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This Orange That


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At Chinese Harbor


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Stole


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Blood Blessing


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blurry pink lilac pressed against the ridge of a road in front of mountains aqua green from afternoon light.

Inherited but Never Inhabited


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Half Like Them


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Birth/Rebirth


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Disciple’s Song


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A Conversation with Jeanne Murray Walker


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Prayer at Evening


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The Present


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The Iberian Muse


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Ars Proverbium


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Recognizing the Stranger: The Art of Emmanuel Garibay


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The Ordinary Time


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Thoughts Without Order Concerning the Love of God


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The Kind that Heals


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Sheet: A Psychology of Hatred


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Nothing Happens: Everything Happens


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Another Idiot Psalm


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Another Idiot Psalm: We Say Flight


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Lenten Complaint


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Ends of the Earth


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Religious but Not Spiritual


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