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Issue 67


The art of Georges Rouault is front and center in this issue, with an essay on Rouault by William Dyrness and a conversation with Makoto Fujimura. Plus, Ron Austin writes about working on the set of The Exiles, a documentary of Native Americans in skid row Los Angeles; and Gregory Wolfe takes lessons from Annie Dillard and Gerard Manley Hopkins. With poetry by Julia Spicher Kasdorf, Bruce Bond, and Garret Keizer; a conversation with Patricia Hampl; and much more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Stalking the Spirit


Meredith K. Gray, Dispatches from the Prayer Tower
Ingrid Hill, The Kiss of Sitting Bull


Jeanine Hathaway, Two Poems
Julia Spicher Kasdorf, Two Poems
Garret Keizer, Three Poems
Kathleen Wakefield, Once
Anne Pierson Wiese, Two Poems
Katherine Soniat, Two Poems
Theodore Worozbyt, Aphorisms
Bruce Bond, Two Poems
Katy Didden, Three Poems


A Conversation with Patricia Hampl

Visual Arts

A Conversation with Makoto Fujimura about Georges Rouault
William Dyrness, Seeing through the Darkness: Georges Rouault’s Vision of Christ


Carol Ann Davis, On Brotherhood and Crucifixion
Jeanne Murray Walker, The Reading Wars


Allison Backous Troy, Lament


Ron Austin, The Exiles: Finding the Story

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

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