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Issue 70


Steven D. Greydanus looks at broken homes in fantasy films; Michael McGregor remembers his friend and mentor Robert Lax, the avant-garde poet; and Samuel Martin interviews one of Canada’s most prolific and powerful writers, David Adams Richards. With fiction by Rubén Degollado and Valerie Sayers; poems by Martha Serpas, Alison Pelegrin, and Ricardo Pau-Llosa; the artwork of Enrique Martínez Celaya; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Operation of Grace


Rubén Degollado, Padre Nuestro
Valerie Sayers, Interference


Alison Pelegrin, Two Poems
Martha Serpas, Two Poems
Brad Davis, Two Poems
Will Wells, Two Poems
Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Two Poems
Bobby Rogers, William Eggleston
Cindy Beebe, On Saturday Night My Brother and I Go to the Auction
Mark Jarman, The Teachable Moment


A Conversation with David Adams Richards

Visual Arts

Daniel A. Siedell, The Mark of Cain: Figure and Landscape in the Work of Enrique Martínez Celaya
Lincoln Perry, A Nonbeliever Pictures the Bible


Michael McGregor, A Gyroscope on the Island of Love


Steven D. Greydanus, A House Divided: Broken Homes, Flying Houses, Divorce, and Death in Family Fantasy Films


Bonita Friedman, The Watcher

Book Review

Lisa Russ Spaar on Stephen Cushman’s Riffraff,
Kate Daniels’s A Walk in Victoria’s Secret,
Mark Jarman’s Bone Fires,
and Christian Wiman’s Every Riven Thing

Samuel Martin on David Adam Richards’s Incidents in the Life of Markus Paul

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

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