T. S. Eliot’s epic poem is a masterpiece—but what do we do with its view of classical Western tradition?
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While struggling with this question as a church songwriter, I came up with six guidelines.
Tishani Doshi’s poetic voice dwells between the scriptural and the cultural, between lesson and observation.
Like Memphis, Memphis is gritty—filled with danger, tragedy, and humor.
Shelterbelts is a quiet ode to rural life that honors what is good and confronts what is not.
Akram al-Waara sits in a refugee camp and makes art—out of tear gas canisters.
He wrote to free the heart from hatred and despair.