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Issue 78

New work by Richard Rodriguez; poems by Jennifer Maier, Javier Sicilia, Bruce Beasley, and Karen An-hwei Lee; and Gregory Wolfe on the meaning of comedy in our time. Plus, Jeffrey Overstreet considers the collaborative portraits of Fritz Liedtke; Steve Prince’s art “wrought in the spirit of the possible”; a conversation with author Robert Clark; and more.

A Conversation with Robert Clark


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La Pulchra Nota


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Self-Portrait as a Lighthouse


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The Track in the Wilderness


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March: Saint John the Divine


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To Make People Wonder: The Collaborative Portraits of Fritz Liedtke


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Transit Alexander: A Round


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Repetition Compulsion


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A True Story


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Cleft for Me Let Me Hide Myself from Thee


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image of a large glacier shaped like a canyon with the two halves meeting in the middle like a fold in the shirt. the left side is covered in a dark blue shadow, the right side is lit by white light from the sun.

Blessed Are Those Who Yearn


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Père David Speaks of the Panda


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Irenology


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Quantum Physicists in a Night Garden


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Web Exclusive: A Conversation with Steve Prince


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Shortnin’ Bread


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Second Line and the Art of Witness: Steve Prince’s Katrina Suite


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Forgiveness IV


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The Steeple and the Gargoyle


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