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Reckoning: An Interview with Silas House

By Rebecca Gayle HowellJune 4, 2019

Silas House’s most recent book is Southernmost, a literary page-turner about an evangelical pastor who kidnaps his own son after standing up against intolerance in a small rural community. Southernmost is a meditation on love and its consequences in a quickly changing America. Among the book’s honors are the Weatherford Award in Appalachian Literature and a longlisting for…

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Revelations: An Interview with Poet Ruben Quesada

By Cassidy HallMarch 26, 2019

…Christ was never more than a man nailed to across but from him I learned that an entire lifefits into a person’s palm like a book of poemslike an executioner’s hammer now at thirty fiveI have learned confession won’t save me… Ruben Quesada is the author of Next Extinct Mammal and Exiled from the Throne…

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Please Keep Doors Closed: A Methodist Mourns

By Martha ParkFebruary 28, 2019

My parents were supposed to spend the last week at the United Methodist Church General Conference in St. Louis. Dad, who’s served as a UMC minister for the past forty-two years, joked that he wanted to be there to see the church either go down in flames or rebuild itself from the ashes, depending on…

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