Art is Thirst

Art is Thirst

Art is Thirst EDITOR’S APOLOGIA Summer 2017   WHY DO WE HIDE ART? We stow beauty in our most secret places: in diaries, caves, and catacombs, in the very bindings of our dead. Unlike our fellow creatures, whose architecture and mating displays serve a...
Beacon and Eternal Beam

Beacon and Eternal Beam

Beacon and Eternal Beam a review of The Gospel in Gerard Manley Hopkins: selections from his poems, letters, journals, and spiritual writings, edited by Margaret R. Ellsberg by ELISE MATICH     SCRUPULOUS, MODEST, OBEDIENT, AND DEVOUT are words that will strike few...
The Relevance of Revival

The Relevance of Revival

EDITOR’S APOLOGIA The Relevance of Revival Spring 2017        THE PREFIX, re, is among the smallest, but most significant units of our language. Latin for “again”, re allows us to identify the torment of regret, the solace of redemption, and the richness of...
The Human School

The Human School

EDITOR’S APOLOGIA The Human School Winter 2017 | Remarks EVERY ARTIST schools himself in the skills of his craft: the painter sketches, the author drafts, the actor rehearses. Yet, few would define art as pure technical ability. Skill produces artifacts, but...