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Issue 35


A conversation with filmmaker Wim Wenders; an exploration of the films of Shirin Neshat; and a moving essay by Steven Schwartz. Plus, poetry by B.H. Fairchild, Alice Friman, and Kate Daniels; Marie Ponsot in review; an essay by John Terpstra; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Authorized Versions


Meg Mullins, Skin
A.G. Harmon, From A House All Stilled


Kate Daniels, Two Poems
John Leax, Homecoming
Alice Friman, Three Poems
Martin Galvin, Tackling Time
B.H. Fairchild, Two Poems
Susan J. Allspaw, Seven Attempts at Observation Hill
Christopher Jane Corkery, To Find a Way to the World’s Heart
Dale M. Kushner, Renewal


A Conversation with Wim Wenders

Visual Arts

George Prochnik, Muse with Bound Wings: Shirin Neshat’s Aesthetic of Self-limitation
A.G. Harmon, Of Time and Form: The Art of William Christenberry


John Terpstra, A Piece of Geography
Roger Lundin, Skipping the History: The Question of Art as Sacrament
Steven Schwartz, Your Own Private Jew


Sharon McMahon Moffitt, Like Honey in the Comb

Book Review

Rosemary Deen on Marie Ponsot’s Springing
Virgil Nemoianu on Ciriaco Morón Arroyo’s The Humanities in the Age of Technology and Giuseppe Mazzotta’s Cosmopoiesis

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

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