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Issue 69


A conversation with Marilyn Nelson; Gaye William Ortiz on women and Islam in cinema; Kim Peavey on theological school; and Bret Lott on the creative writing workshop. With poetry by Thomas Lynch, Jennifer Atkinson, and Fleda Brown; a gorgeous personal essay by Laura Bramon Good; artwork by Marc Quinn and Chris Ofili; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Poetry of Exile


Bonnie Nadzam, Zero Gains
Tom Noyes, Safari Supper


Thomas Lynch, Four Poems
Jennifer Atkinson, Three Poems
Fleda Brown, Two Poems
Michael White, Woman Holding a Balance
David Brendan Hopes, For the Virgin of Sorrows
Todd Davis, Midrash
Richard Spilman, The Age of Loss
Ed Madden, Two Poems
G.C. Waldrep, Fishguard Harbour


A Conversation with Marilyn Nelson

Visual Arts

James Romaine, Marc Quinn: The Matter of Life and Death
Charles Pickstone, Paradox of Flesh: The Art of Chris Ofili


Bret Lott, Writing with So Great a Cloud of Witnesses
Kim Peavey, On Becoming Divine: Within Theological School, and Without


Gaye Williams Ortiz, A Cinema of Solidarity: Women, Film, and Islam


Laura Braman Good, Into Deep Waters

Book Review

James K.A. Smith on William Dyrness’s Poetic Theology

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

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