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Purchase Featuring Chase Padusniak, poetry by Todd Weir and Laura Reece Hogan, fiction by Angela Lorang, and a review of Samuel Hazo on Maritain.
Featuring Katy Carl delving into the work of Suzanne Wolfe, poetry by Andrew Frisardi, fiction by Fr Anthony Lusvardi, SJ, and the art of Carl Schmitt.
Featuring Matthew Alderman on image making, poems by Maryann Corbett and James Matthew Wilson, the life of Oscar Romero, and nonfiction by Crystal Song.
Featuring Leon Bloy in the Catholic Literary Tradition, poetry by Andrew Calis and Hannah Marshall, fiction by James Winter, and art by Giovanni Gasparro.
Feature Feasts of Doubt or Feasts of Faith?: Dana Gioia’s “All Souls’” and “Pentecost” Joshua Hren Fiction The Drought, 1983 Christi Nogle Trapped Caroline Valencia-Dalisay The Seconds After Living Wounds…
Purchase Featuring "The Morality of Aesthetic" by Andrew Graff, Poetry by Elizabeth Poreba, Eve Jones, and Raphael Joseph, and more.
Featuring the prose and poetry of D.R. Bates, Joshua Hren, Renee Emerson, Joshua Jones, Thomas Vozar, and more.
Feature Interview with Phil Klay Jessica Hooten Wilson Fiction Antediluvian Fr. Anthony Lusvardi, SJ Into the Field Cathy Mellett Service Emmett Collazo Nonfiction The Waves Elizabeth Oh Fix Deep Within…
Featuring "Ordered Creation: Life within an Atelier," by Matthew Lomanno, poetry from Vickie Cimprich, Geoffrey Smagacz, and Hilary Biehl, and more.
Feature Why Read Literature? David Leigh, SJ Fiction A Sister’s Story Sarah Law Threshing Bridget Apfeld Essays Love Strong as Death: On the Poetry of The Song of Songs Ryan…
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