The Pentecost 2017 issue of Dappled Things is now live!
The issue features Dana Gioia’s, “The Cosmopolitan and the Campesino: The Sacred Art of Luis Tapia,” with accompanying visual art by Luis Tapia. Also included is the 2017 J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction, “Obedience Lessons,” by Abigail Rine Favale, as well as “Reading The Benedict Option as a Parent” by Bernardo Aparicio García and poetry from Libby Maxey, Don Russ, and more.
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