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Issue 48


Gregory Wolfe’s editorial about why C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien don’t constitute a full Christian literary diet; Scott Russell Sanders explores desire; and Charles Pickstone pays close attention to the detailed sculpture of Victoria Rance. With poems by Martha Serpas, Allison Funk, and Pattiann Rogers; an interview with Randall Kenan, author of Let the Dead Bury Their Dead and researcher for Walking on Water: Black American Lives at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century; fiction by new novelist Ryan Blacketter; and more.

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Editorial Statement

Gregory Wolfe, Why the Inklings Aren’t Enough


Ellen Morris Prewitt, Held at Gunpoint
Ryan Blacketter, Starlings
Hadley Hury, Till It Hurts


Pattiann Rogers, Two Poems
Alfred Corn, Living Sacrifices
Martha Serpas, Three Poems
Anya Krugovoy, Three Poems
Theodore Deppe, Night Shift, Cooley Dickinson Hospital
Richard Chess, Language Lesson
Robert Cording, Two Poems
Allison Funk, Two Poems


A Conversation with Randall Kenan

Visual Arts

Charles Pickstone, Paying Attention: The Sculpture of Victoria Rance
Scott Driscoll, Eleanor Dickinson’s Portraits of the Soul


Amy Newman, Wondering Thomas
Scott Russell Sanders, The Sound of My Desire


Virginia Stem Owens, The Message in the Body

Book Review

John B. Breslin, S.J., on Paul Mariani’s Deaths and Transfigurations

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

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