Although I've been kept away from the writing desk much of this spring, I have still managed to compose a thing or two. This week's offerings include my Catholic Thing essay on theology, metaphysics, and philosopher Thomas Nagel, called "A New Theism?" and my most recent poem in First Things, "Atmosphere."
Forma magazine has also published my long essay, "What Are Stanzas For?" and three new poems: "The Bones of Men and Women," "Before the Gates," and "The New World." I encourage you to subscribe to Forma, which has just announced that its print and online versions will now be offered free to all subscribers. I include an image of one poem here; you can click it to find the subscription link.
Last but not least, my eleventh book, Praying the Nicene Creed: I Believe in One God has just been released in the United Kingdom by the Catholic Truth Society. It is available for order in the United States, though I understand that a US publisher may eventually begin distributing it domestically to make it easier to come by. Click on the book cover to learn more.
Click here to learn more about my newest and eleventh book, "Praying the Nicene Creed: I Believe in One God"
Click here to read "A New Theism?" in The Catholic Thing
Click here to read my newest poem, "Atmosphere."
Click here to sign up for a free subscription to Forma magazine, where you can read my latest essays and poems.
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