Inspiration

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The Communion of Saints

Nov 14, 2016

Theme Essay by Jo Scott-Coe

I don’t delude myself that writing an essay can somehow undo an act of violence.

Writing and Faith, Grief, Journalism | Read More

Dear Henry Miller

Sep 12, 2016

Open Letter by John Vogel

If there's a thread that binds us, I believe it’s hope, reasonable or not, for a kind of saving grace.

Writing and Faith, Authors, Open Letters | Read More

Athena Kildegaard: Two Poems

Jun 06, 2016

TW Poetry Spotlight

I've made most of this up, the apples, the stupidity, the bourbon bought in St. Paul.

Writing and Faith, Math Poetry | Read More

The Usefulness of Poetry

Feb 01, 2016

Essay by Gloria Heffernan

Where does the unpublished writer find the validation to go on writing?

Why I Write, About Poetry | Read More

How I Learned to Love the Void

Dec 28, 2015

Theme Essay by Marlene Adelstein

It felt like being on a ledge, with vast emptiness below my feet. I wasn't writing—but I wasn't not writing.

Writing and Faith, Advice | Read More

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