As summer fades into fall, Anne Whitehouse's poem "Last Swim of Summer" celebrates "those who linger, / not yet ready for farewell." →
Reflections on Being First Reader and Last Editor
What is it like reading through submissions at a literary journal? Finding the proverbial needle in the haystack calls for ruthless efficiency. →By Vance Morgan
For those gifted with lunar spirituality, the life of faith is not the same from day to day—there are times of light and times of darkness. →
In our new series on editing, aquisitions editor Valerie Weaver-Zercher desribes the "holy jealousy" that sometimes occurs when working with writers. →
"Perhaps I am always / thinking of you, the way / the obsessed or grieving / do." Read a new poem by Sarah Crawley Chestnut about loss and longing. →
Featured ContentIn our new series on editing, aquisitions editor Valerie Weaver-Zercher desribes the "holy jealousy" that sometimes occurs when working with writers.Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew's latest book, Living Revision: A Writer's Craft as Spiritual Practice, delves into the way rewriting can be deeply spiritual.Kathleen Norris has had tremendous success as an author, but also setbacks. Benedictine humility, she says, is what gives her stability.Sometimes faltering forward is all we can manage in this life of faith. Don't miss this interview with Marjorie Stelmach about her latest book of poetry.
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