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Issue 56


A conversation with Mary Karr; Gregory Wolfe on “the ambivalence about beauty at the heart of western culture”; Ruth Weisberg’s “vessels of light”; and E.K. Kresser on Chinese-American painter Zhi Lin’s monumental canvases. Plus, poems by B.H. Fairchild, Fr. Murray Bodo, Rachel Dacus, and Judith Ortiz Cofer; fiction by Lynda Sexson; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Wound of Beauty


Sandra Scofield, Charity
Alison Gresik, Understanding Fiction
Lynda Sexson, Sally, Lucky, Ghost, and Spot


B.H. Fairchild, Trilogy
Rachel Dacus, Two Poems
Judith Ortiz Cofer, Two Poems
Murray Bodo, OFM, Sewing Box
Robert A. Fink, Sandalwood
Robert Cording, Four Prayers


A Conversation with Mary Karr

Visual Arts

T.H. Miller, The Vessel and the Light: Ruth Weisberg Reads the Torah
E.K. Kresser, Zhi Lin: A New Old Master


Paul Mariani, Hopkins’ Late Poetics:  The Christ-saturated Thing Itself


Laura Bramon Good, First Year

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

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