Katherine Rundell’s biography offers something new: she matches the poet’s energy with her own.
Tishani Doshi’s poetic voice dwells between the scriptural and the cultural, between lesson and observation.
For Sachs, flight is multivalent: her flight from the Nazis, any refugee’s flight from oppression, God’s flight from God.
The poet, now in his eighties, asks profound questions in a dazzling array of poems.
The Indigenous writer’s new memoir understands memory as counsel and ritual as the potency of love.
Saint Agnostica is a chronicle of grief, love, and mystery.
In St. John of the Cross’s poetry, the dark night is also a night of profound, even ecstatic beauty.
Poet Peter Cooley logs the year following his wife’s death with courage and brutal honesty.
The poetic vision of Deluge reconciles Muslim and Christian themes.
Philip Kolin’s poetry is about juke joints, bluesmen, mosquitoes, ladybugs, race, faith, and more.
Why I’ve chosen Michele Madigan Somerville's Glamourous Life as my Lenten companion.
For both Paul Mariani and Mark Jarman, the mystery is theological.
The beloved American poet lifts the everyday into the realm of the transcendent.
A luminous poetry collection marked by joy and sorrow, humor and truth.