- Robert Vander Lugt's "Onslaught," a powerful, solid work of fiction in the great old tradition of realism, a reminder that grace glows even in the everyday
- Joe Martin Ricke struggling against memory to reconstruct a moment of transcendence in "What Happened in the Frozen Street"
- Poet Sara E. Stephens searching for parables to answer the kinds of tough questions eighth graders ask, like "Why do strict Muslims want to kill us?" and "Why does God seem so far?"
- Excerpts from Jay Torrence's Ivywild, a play about a corrupt Chicago politician who seeks redemption by opening an ill-fated theme park in Colorado
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