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Issue 53


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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Gregory Wolfe, East and West in Miniature


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


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


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


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


Lindsey Crittenden, The Burden of Bliss

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

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