by Susannah Brister For twenty-two years, I didn’t really know what my body looked like. Whenever I got in or out of the bathtub or the shower, I never looked straight at myself. I averted my eyes from the mirror, afraid that seeing my own nakedness was somehow wrong. Raised in the homeschooling evangelical Christian … Continue reading Shaping Identity: Body
Prior to having kids I judged parents who snapped at their kids. Now I empathize, and beg for the grace to be compassionate and slow to anger. My two children have taken me to the brink of a boiling point I didn’t know was there.
We have most of the content settled for issue 8.1. The issue will be something of a theme issue, featuring work from some of the artists we believe will shape the discussion of Christian literature in the coming years. The writers we publish are, we believe, always exceptional, and deal with the issues we feel … Continue reading Issue 8.1 cometh