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Issue 37


Fiction by David James Duncan; a conversation with Bret Lott; and poems by Lia Purpura, Janusz Szuber, and Maurya Simon. Plus, Douglas Adams investigates the sculpture of Stephen De Staebler; Gregory Wolfe tenderly remembers his grandfather; Ray Waddle writes about being a religion editor in an American newspaper; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, My Grandfather’s Easel


David James Duncan, De Selby on the Godhead
Beth Bosworth, Conspiracy
Debra Murphy, Yardsticks


Lia Purpura, Two Poems
Maurya Simon, Two Poems
Amy Newman, Two Poems
Anna Leahy, Two Poems
Lance Larsen, The World, Not the Next
Janusz Szuber, Two Poems


A Conversation with Bret Lott

Visual Arts

Douglas Adams, Becoming One Body: Stephen De Staebler’s Family of Winged Figures
Wayne L. Roosa, The End of Language: Art and the Ineffable


Lindsey Crittenden, The Water Will Hold You: A Daughter at Prayer
Peter Anderson, In God’s Wildness


Alan Rifkin, Consider the Richardsons

Life in the Industry

Ray Waddle, Spell-checking Spirit: Transcendence in America, on Deadline

Book Review

Sheryl Cornett on Deborah Joy Corey’s The Skating Pond

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

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