Monthly Archive: July 2014

Jul
27

Solace of the faithful

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Hello, hello. Almost August—can you believe it? I know I am old because time is passing more quickly, and not just because it’s summer. When I published Solace in So Many Words I made a decision not to include work that was overtly religious. There were several reasons for that. But I know that God …

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Jul
27

Glimpse of Solace: Kevin Nance, St. James Cathedral

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  Not my will but thine © Kevin Nance, 2014     Kevin Nance is a Chicago-based art photographer, photojournalist and freelance writer. His work appears in the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago-Sun-Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Poets & Writers Magazine and other publications. You can follow him on Twitter at @kevinnance1 or …

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Jul
27

Guest Post: Laura Rodley “Meeting the Father”

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Meeting the Father Sister Isabelle Rose has met the Father, sits swinging in a long roped swing descending from Heaven where mists   rise like those over the Holyoke Bridge. She sits swinging, her body slim her hair light brown, curled,   no glasses set upon her nose, happy to be held in God’s grace …

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Jul
21

mid-July news: Kirk, Somlo

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Hey there—hope you’re having some summer fun. For summer reading you might want to check out two recent publications by Kathleen Kirk.  She has a poem “We, the Impressionable” in One, which is a project by  by Jacara Press, “a community active press.” Also she has “Laundering Instructions” in Right Hand Pointing, a digital publication …

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