Steven Knepper's "Discipline and Desire," on Some Permanent Things
Steven Knepper's "An Unflinching Theological Aesthetic," on The Hanging God
Steven Knepper's "Encountering the Beautiful," on The Vision of the Soul
Emina Melonic goes deep into The Hanging God
Daniel Rattelle's "An Old Flag in the Collective Attic," on Some Permanent Things Second Edition, Revised and Expanded
Helen Pinkerton Trimpi on The Violent and the Fallen
Frank Wilson on The Violent and the Fallen (also available here)
Matthew Milliner on "The Politicized Aesthetic"
Patrick Kurp on "A Note for Ecclesiastes"
Alexis Carra on Timothy Steele: A Critical Introduction
Bryce Christenson's "The Meaning of Measure"
David Middleton on The Fortunes of Poetry in an Age of Unmaking
Rod Dreher on The Vision of the Soul: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty in the Western Tradition
R.V. Young on "The Persistence of Poetry"
James E. Person, Jr. on "Recovering the Soul of Conservatism"
Fr. Andrew Petiprin praises The Vision of the Soul
Alfred Nicol reviews The Fortunes of Poetry in an Age of Unmaking
Matt Robare has a go at The Vision of the Soul
Benjamin Myers, in The Christian Century, on The Vision of the Soul
A.M. Juster on a "Master of Intricate Forms," in First Things
John Davidson recommends The Vision of the Soul as Best Book of 2018, in The Federalist
Glynn Young recommends Some Permanent Things Second Edition
Rediscovering the Form of Things, the 2017 Hiett Prize in the Humanities Lecture
Launching Colosseum Books, a reading with James Matthew Wilson and Samuel Hazo
Between Self and Soul, a First Things magazine lecture
Beauty, the Foundation of the West, A Catholic Arts Guild lecture
Art is a Jealous God: Aesthetic Autonomy and the Claims of the Divine, a lecture at Hope College
A Reading from The Violent and the Fallen
The Trouble with Goodness, a Future Symphony Institute lecture
A View from the Studebaker Servants' Quarters read by Jerry D. White
Craftsmanship and Contemplation, the annual Villanova Faith and Reason Lecture
David Kern reads The Scar of Odysseus on the Daily Poem