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About Dappled Things
Dappled Things is a quarterly of ideas, art, and faith, inspired by Gerard Manley Hopkins’ wonder at the beauty found in “all things counter, original, spare, strange.” We publish fiction, essays, interviews, poetry, and visual art. Our work has been featured in media outlets as diverse as The Daily Beast and First Things. BadCatholic has called us “a welcome respite from the eternal snark of the Internet.” We invite you to get to know us better by reading our current issue, following our blog, and browsing our archives. And don’t forget to like us on Facebook (click here) to connect with our community of writers, artists, and readers.