Holiday 2014: Writing and Faith

"Feather" © Marie Viljoen

Beyond Self-Revelation

Words are easy to believe in. You put them down, and they stay put. Their validation is immediate. They have the power to create and the power to destroy, but you never have to doubt their motive if you’ve produced them honestly.

—“Faith in a Folder”

New pieces will appear on the Table of Contents as they publish throughout the issue cycle.

 


First Person

Theme for this Issue

Faith in a Folder by Robin L. Flanigan
In Search of Small Stones by Carla M. Wilson
Empathy Is Not Enough by Laurette Folk
Technology, the Snake in My Garden by Wm. Anthony Connolly

Personal Stories

The Holy Terror by Jeremiah Horrigan

Why I Write

Child of Noon and Midnight by Lydia Buchanan

Poetry

Chana Bloch: Two Poems by Chana Bloch
Jim Robinson: Poem by Jim Robinson

Fiction

Wanderers by Douglas Cole

TW Reading Series

The Tea Party of Lewis Carroll by William Todd Seabrook

Interviews

Art

The Essence of Home by Judith A. Ross
Elvis and Amazing Grace by Theresa Williams

Columns

The Second Coming by Steven Lewis