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Issue 66


Paul Dannels approaches Richard Meier’s architectural wonder, the Jubilee Church; Franz Wright says “goodbye” and “yes” with gorgeous prose poetry; and Craig Detweiler explores the myth of independent cinema. Plus, Andy Whitman on Bruce Springsteen; poetry by Christian Wiman and Fleda Brown; a conversation with Gregory Orr; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Who’s Afraid of Geoffrey Hill?


James Calvin Schaap, Pilgrim
Charles Turner, The Art Student


Franz Wright, Two Poems
Betsy Sholl, Two Poems
Christian Wiman, The Mole
Geri Doran, Two Poems
Gregory Orr, Four Poems
Philip Terman, Two Poems
Christopher Howell, I Said to God, “I’m Thinking of You”
Fleda Brown, Note to My Sister from Notre Dame
Anya Silver, Three Poems

Visual Arts

Paul Dannels, Approaching the Iceberg: Richard Meier’s Jubilee Church
Karen L. Mulder, Pixelated Glories: The Graphic Excursions of Kathy T. Hettinga


A Conversation with Gregory Orr


Craig Detweiler, The Myth of Independent Film


Andy Whitman, Bruce Springsteen and the Long Walk Home
A.G. Harmon, In Nomine

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