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Issue 83


The art of Catholic expressionist Karen Laub-Novak; fiction by A.N. Muia and Shannon Skelton; poems by Stephen Cushman, Paul Mariani, and Katharine Coles; Wayne Roosa and his art students explore the surprising parallels between Old Testment prophets and contemporary performance art; and more.

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Gregory Wolfe, Rowing for Shore


A.N. Muia, The Vermilion Saint

Shannon Skelton, A Viewing Party


Joanna Solfrian,  Psalm Ghazal I
Psalm Ghazal II

Stephen Haven, Ars Poetica: Baptismal Story

Peter Cooley, The Holy Fool Meets Himself…

Robert McNamara, Ex Nihilo, Then Us
Venetian Villanelle

Katharine Coles, Bewilder

Claude Wilkinson, The Egret Tree
Deus ex Machina

Stephen Cushman, Syllable Nutshell
The Fruit Thereof

Ravi Shankar, Conjoined

Dan Bellm, The Sanctuary at Chimayó

Heather Sellers, In the Candleroom at Saint Bartholomew’s…
Appeal to the Self

Paul Mariani, Psalm for the Lost
The Open Window


Gregory Wolfe, A Conversation with Roberta Ahmanson

Visual Arts

Wayne Roosa, The Avant-Garde and Sacred Discontent: Contemporary Performance Artists Meet Ancient Jewish Prophets

Gordon Fuglie, Karen Laub-Novak: A Catholic Expressionist in the Era of the Vatican II


Jonathan Hiskes, The Rage of Peter De Vries: Reckoning with a Brokenhearted Humorist

Ilana M. Blumberg, Transfers

Book Review

Bryan Bliss, Scott Cheshire’s High as the Horses’ Bridles, John Darnielle’s Wolf in White Van, Dave Eggers’s Your Fathers, Where Are They? And the Prophets, Do They Live Forever?

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

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