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Issue 53

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Image managing editor Mary Kenagy Mitchell writes about the fiction writer and her characters; Gregory Wolfe explores the relationship between faith and reason in Islam; and Bradford Winters introduces the illuminated St. John’s Bible. With a conversation with environmental writer Scott Russell Sanders; the still, quiet work of Wolfgang Laib; fiction by Valerie Sayers and Janet Peery; and more.

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Editorial Statement

Gregory Wolfe, East and West in Miniature

Fiction

Valerie Sayers, A Freak of Nature
Janet Peery, Garden of the Gods
Farrell O’Gorman, Recollecting Satan

Poetry

Betsy Sholl, Gravity and Grace
Kim Stafford, Two Poems
Ava Leavell Haymon, Two Poems
Carolyne Wright, Ghazal: Woman at the Well
William Wenthe, Stone on Stone: Israel, 1980
Robert Cording, Erasure
Jeanne Murray Walker, Three Poems

Interview

A Conversation with Scott Russell Sanders

Visual Arts

Brenton Good, Still Points: The Quiet Spaces of Wolfgang Laib
Bradford Winters, Eat this Scroll: The Saint John’s Bible and the Word Made Flesh

Essays

Mary Kenagy Mitchell, The Yoke of Sympathy: The Fiction Writer and Her Characters
Robert A. Fink, Pilgrims: Snapshots from an Idaho Family Album

Confessions

Lindsey Crittenden, The Burden of Bliss

Additional information

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

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