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Issue 41


Gordon Fuglie on the sculpture of John Frame; poet Julia Spicher Kasdorf on art as domestic work; Gregory Wolfe sees Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ and asks what the public embrace of the film means; and Valerie Sayers offers a few words for cancer. Plus, a conversation with Gil Bailie, founder of the Cornerstorne Forum; poetry by Madeline DeFrees, Stephen Haven, and Michael Chitwood; fiction by Moira Crone; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Picturing the Passion


Moira Crone, Mr. Sender
Zoe Mullery, I Walk the Line
Pamela Lindsey Dreizen, Moon Children


Stephen Haven, Homage to Gregory Gillespie
Michael Symmons Roberts, Two Poems
Jill Alexander Essbaum, An Ache Like a Stone
Sydney Lea, Ghost Pain
Daniel Tobin, Two Poems
Madeline DeFrees, Two Poems
Michael Chitwood, Two Poems
Robert Cording, Skellig Michael

Visual Arts

Gordon Fuglie, Breaking the Figure: The Sculpture of John Frame


A Conversation with Gil Bailie


Julia Kasdorf, Working Away and Homemaking: The Artist in the Service of the Species
Luci Shaw, Reversing Entropy


Valerie Sayers, The Word Cure: Cancer, Language, Prayer

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

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