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Issue 72


Lauren F. Winner explores the middle of the spiritual life; Gregory Wolfe encounters the work of Christopher Hitchens and Malcolm Muggeridge; Karen L. Mulder explores the (extra)ordinary work of Guy Chase; and Isaac Anderson chases the Lord God Bird. Plus, new poems by Pattiann Rogers, Daniel Tobin, Lance Larsen, and Valerie Wohlfeld; fiction by first-time novelists Jessie van Eerden and Samuel Thomas Martin; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Mugg, Hitch, and Me


Jessie van Eerden, Glorybound
Samuel Thomas Martin, Running the Whale’s Back


Bruce Bond, Two Poems
Pattiann Rogers, Two Poems
Valerie Wohlfeld, World
James Harpur, Two Poems
Daniel Tobin, Two Poems
Elinor Benedict, Dead and Alive
Richard Chess, From the Book of Brothers
Robert A. Fink, Daniel
Lance Larsen, Two Poems


A Conversation with Gina Ochsner

Visual Arts

Karen L. Mulder, From the Lines of Life: Guy Chase and the Art of the (Extra)Ordinary
Richard Davey, Adrian Wiszniewski: A New Heaven and a New Earth


Lauren F. Winner, Middles
Isaac Anderson, Lord God Bird


Jonathan Callard, Ritual

Book Review

Lauren F. Winner on Terry Tempest Williams’s When Women Were Birds,
Marilynne Robinson’s When I Was a Child I Read Books, 
Pico Iyer’s The Man within My Head, 
and Meir Shalev’s My Russian Grandmother and Her American Vacuum Cleaner

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

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