This month, I have a few encounters to share. First, my new poem "Encounter," in North American Anglican Review. Second, a set of five poems in Alabama Literary Review, most of which were inspired by the re-encountering of my native terrain, after my family's permanent return to Michigan this summer. Third, my interview with Matthew Sawtelle of Vermillion magazine. And, fourth and finally, my re-encounter with The Catholic Thing, where I resume my regular column after a short hiatus. This month begins a series of essays inspired by Catholic authors; this round, Chesterton and Pope Francis on the irreducible necessity of the truth of incarnation. Click the icons below to read the latest from James Matthew Wilson
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