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Issue 31

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A conversation with the author of The Brothers K, David James Duncan; fiction by Gina Ochsner; Seamus Heaney’s Electric Light in review; and the “beautiful affliction” of Erica Grimm-Vance. Plus, poetry by Margaret Gibson, Laurie Zimmerman, and Scott Cairns; an open letter to U2; the spiritual frontiers of film; and more.

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Editorial Statement

Gregory Wolfe, Please Touch

Fiction

Barbara Sutton, Tra il Devoto et Profano
Gina Ochsner, Signs and Markings

Poetry

Margaret Gibson, Icon
Stephanie Strickland, Three Poems
Scott Cairns, Two Poems
Larry Wayne Johns, Two Poems
Laurie Zimmerman, Loving Ninevah
Michael Mott, Castagno’s Last Supper
James McAuley, Two Poems

Interview

A Conversation with David James Duncan

Visual Arts

Tim Bascom, A Beautiful Affliction: The Art of Erica Grimm-Vance
Trevor Carolan, The Wilderness Sacraments of Arnold Shives

Essays

Janine Langan, Christianity Encounters Modernism
Ron Austin, The Spiritual Frontiers of Film

Confessions

Jennifer Spiegel, Love Rescue Me: Entering the Holy of Holies

Book Review

John B. Breslin, S.J., on Seamus Heaney’s Electric Light
Mary Kenagy Mitchell on Mark Salzman’s Lying Awake

Additional information

Weight .75 lbs
Dimensions 10 x 7 x .5 in

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