Two anthologies locate grace in unexpected places.
We Are the Eighth Day, © Melanie Weidner
Matt and Adam welcome Aisha Brooks-Lytle to the show to talk about murder, our political binaries, and the 1996 deep cut The Last Supper.
Cooper Harriss aims to rescue Ellison from neglect and misinterpretation—by reading him alongside theologians.
Kahf turns the stories of biblical and Qur'anic women to see their many facets.
Oddly, the less people know about something the harder it is to tell them about it.
In Rachel Seiffert's novel, the characters' fears unite them as they watch and wait.
In Ocean's 11, the thieves' sheer coolness reeled us in. It's a harder sell when the heroes day-drink themselves to sleep.
Morrison examines how Western authors define their culture by estranging others.