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Issue 73


Jim Hinch considers the future of religious art in America among migrant farm workers and mystery plays; Christian Wiman writes about the language of faith; and Gregory Wolfe considers the Chauvet Cave through Werner Herzog’s documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams. Plus, fiction by Erin McGraw and Diane Glancy; poems by Melissa Range, Paul Mariani, and Sydney Lea; a conversation with former chair of the National Endowment for the Arts Dana Gioia; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, The Cave and the Cathedral


Erin McGraw, Step
Diance Glancy, The Weight of Fire


John Terpstra, Three Poems
Melissa Range, Four Poems
Betsy Sholl, The Harrowing
Paul Mariani, Putting Out into the Deep from Gloucester
Richard Spilman, Two Poems
Sydney Lea, Our Heads against the Walls
Brett Foster, Late Easter, Spring Come Lately
Philip Metres, Elegy for D.S.
Tania Runyan, Two Poems


A Conversation with Dana Gioia

Visual Arts

Donald J. Forsythe, A Celebration of Transient Beauty: The Photographic Art of Paul Kenny


Jim Hinch, Corona de Espinas: Migrant Farm Workers, a Medieval Mystery Play, and the Future of Religious Art in America


Christian Wiman, Varieties of Quiet


Nicole Sheets, Our Last Suppers

Book Review

Steven Guthrie on Bruno Forte’s The Portal of Beauty,
T.J. Gorringe’s Earthly Visions,
Malcolm Guite’s Faith, Hope and Poetry,
and Belden C. Lane’s Ravished by Beauty

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

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