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Issue 45


Jeanne Murray Walker writes about what playwrights owe to actors; Gregory Wolfe investigates the impact of Fr. Luigi Guissani’s life; and Thomas Lynch redesigns his house a century after his grandfather’s grandfather moved in. With poetry by Linda Hogan and Jason Gray; a conversation with Canadian poet Margaret Avison; Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead and Wendell Berry’s Hannah Coulter under review; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Current Event


Lawrence Dorr, Glory of All Lands
A.H. Wald, The Virgin’s Heart


Jason Gray, My Daughter as the Angel Gabriel in the Tableau Vivant of Van Grap’s Annunciation
Linda Hogan, Two Poems
Richard Jones, Three Poems
Kathleen L. Housley, Babel
Beth Bachmann, Two Poems
Moire Linehan, Two Poems
Jeffrey Harrison, Coincidences


A Conversation with Margaret Avison

Visual Arts

Albert Pedulla, Fulfilled in Your Seeing: The Life and Work of Tim Rollins and K.O.S.
James Romaine, On a Clear Night, I Can See the Sun: Tim Rollins and K.O.S. Test Faith’s Possibilities

Life in the Industry

Jeanne Murray Walker, Breaking the Illusions: What Playwrights Owe to Actors


Doris Betts, The Durable Hunger


Thomas Lynch, The Same but Different

Book Review

A.G. Harmon on Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead

Lauren F. Winner on Wendell Berry’s Hannah Coulter

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

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