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Issue 47


A conversation with poet B.H. Fairchild; Gregory Wolfe thinks about faith that fosters activism in the public sphere; and John Terpstra plays wheelchair hockey. With poems by Scott Cairns, Susanna Childress, and Daniel Tobin; sculptor Ginger Geyer on the paintings of John Cobb; an essay on anger by Sandra Scofield; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Two-Way Traffic


Christina Askounis, The Novice
David Norman, Wrestling Proteus
Christopher M. Maier, The Santa Show


Scott Cairns, Three Poems
Thom Satterlee, Three Poems
John Poch, The Race of the Candles
Susanna Childress, Two Poems
Patty Seyburn, Two Poems
Daniel Tobin, Two Poems


A Conversation with B.H. Fairchild

Visual Arts

Ginger Henry Geyer, Art on Board: John Cobb’s Panel Paintings Hit the Texas Highways
Terrence E. Dempsey, SJ, The Turbulent Word: Sandra Bowden’s Container Books


John Terpstra, The Boys; or, Waiting for the Electrician’s Daughter
Peggy Rosenthal, Dying into Life


Sandra Scofield, Anger
David A. Griffith, Prime Detective

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

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