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Issue 62


A conversation with Eugene Peterson; artist Bruce Herman and patron Walter Hansen converse about their three-year project producing a cycle of images of the life of the Virgin Mary; and Gregory Wolfe wonders about the directionality of history: is everything going to hell, or is the human race making progress? With poems by Eric Pankey, Nicholas Samaras, Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore, and Mark Rudman; a look at Asian cinema by critic Jeffrey Overstreet; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Always Now


Jacob M. Appel, The Vermin Episode
Peter Levine, St. John


Mark Rudman, Prayer for the Spirits of Montreal
Eric Pankey, Two Poems
Shane Seely, Two Poems
Sarah Klassen, Two Poems
Nicholas Samaras, Four Poems
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore, Two Poems
David Wright, Unrestored Prophet’s Head


A Conversation with Eugene Peterson

Visual Arts

Walter Hansen & Bruce Herman, Sacra Conversazione
Calvin Seerveld, Redemptive Gift: The Ordinary Artistry of Gerald Folkerts


Anita Sullivan, Scordatura: Upon Listening to Biber’s Rosary Sonatas
Jeffrey Overstreet, Departures: Journeys with Asian Filmmakers


Ann Conway, The Rosary

Book Review

David Griffith on Brad Gooch’s Flannery
and Blake Bailey’s Cheever

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

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