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Issue 76


A conversation with Christian Wiman; Patton Dodd on Hollywood’s Christian villains and the myth of religious violence; Spencer Reece on Emily Dickinson; and Paul Dannels on the ecosystem of abandoned buildings. With new fiction by Lucy Warner and Michael Morris; poetry by Amit Majmudar, Claude Wilkinson, Orlando Ricardo Menes, and John F. Deane; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Courtyard of the Gentiles


Lucy Warner, And Not as a Stranger
Michael Morris, Jesus Called


John F. Deane, Yam Kinneret: The Harp Music
Carol Ann Davis, Two Poems
Amit Majmudar, Three Poems
Lisa Williams, Two Poems
Becca J.R. Lachman, Four Poems
Robert Cording, Two Poems
Christopher Howell, Two Poems
Orlando Ricardo Menes, El Cristo de Piedra
Claude Wilkinson, Death Room, Fort Scott, 1949


A Conversation with Christian Wiman

Visual Arts

John A. Kohan, Peter Howson and the Harrowing of Hell
Paul Dannels, Decay and Resurrection: An Engineer on the Ecosystem of Abandoned Buildings


Gregory Orr, Naming the Beloved: Ethics, Aesthetics, and Lyric Poetry
Bonnie Friedman, The Discipline of the Notebook
Spencer Reece, My Evangelist


Patton Dodd, Power in the Blood: Hollywood and the Myth of Religious Violence

Book Review

Kelly Foster on Christian Wiman’s My Bright Abyss

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

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