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Issue 34


A conversation with Richard Rodriguez; Jeanne Murray Walker explores the work of Alice Munro; and Gregory Wolfe writes about Thomas Kinkade and American sentimentality. With poems by Julia Spicher Kasdorf, Gray Jacobik, and Heather Burns; the paintings of Meltem Aktas; Bo Caldwell in review; and more.

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Editorial Statement

Gregory Wolfe, The Painter of Lite™


Teresa Jones, Church Going
Elizabeth Smither, Please Fill Your Pyx


Heather Burns, Three Poems
Julia Spicher Kasdorf, Three Poems
Lawrence Russ, The King of Leaves
Daniel Donaghy, Two Poems
Gray Jacobik, The Frightful Allure
Kim Stafford, A Canticle to Carry Away
G.C. Waldrep, Invisibility


A Conversation with Richard Rodriguez

Visual Arts

Jean Petrolle, The Thread of Revelation: The Painting of Meltem Aktas
James Romaine, Eyes to See: Vision and Confrontation in the Art of Mark Wallinger


Jeanne Murray Walker, Alice Munro: A Quiet Grace
Theodore L. Prescott, Living in the Borderlands

Book Review

Caroline Langston on Richard Rodriguez’s Brown
Mark Berkey-Gerard on Julia Kasdorf’s The Body and the Book
Mary Kenagy Mitchell on Bo Caldwell’s The Distant Land of My Father

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

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