Resident Scholar Jotipālo Bhikkhu is working on a project titled "What can Buddhist Artistic Traditions Learn from Christian Iconography." →
An Interview with Jim Read
Jim Read has knocked on thousands of doors in central Minnesota with the belief that local conversations can not just win votes, but restore civic bonds. →By Joanne Esser
Joanne Esser's litany of blessings begins: "Bless the slow walkers of old, gray-muzzled dogs / and the quick ones with their sleek young dogs / and the patient ones with rambunctious pups / they allow to take a dip in the lake." →
Writer and short-term Resident Scholar Roohi Choudhry uses the concept of counter-mapping to highlight the "common ground between us, despite our borders." →
In the month since poet Anya Silver's death, Josina Guess deepened a posthumous friendship with her through her work and the people she loved. →
NewsThe Collegeville Institute is seeking a Director of Development to lead the Institute's fund raising and general financial support efforts.
Faith & CultureIn the month since poet Anya Silver's death, Josina Guess deepened a posthumous friendship with her through her work and the people she loved.A good day of deleting feels like a successful day of purging your closet, cleaning your kitchen, or weeding your garden.When editor Charnell Peters sent out her first rejections to writers, she added a desperate whisper: “Please don’t hate me!”What is it like reading through submissions at a literary journal? Finding the proverbial needle in the haystack calls for ruthless efficiency.In our new series on editing, acquisitions editor Valerie Weaver-Zercher describes the "holy jealousy" that sometimes occurs when working with writers.
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