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- Book Review: Philip Metres’s Sand Opera
- 121 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Horsehead Nebula”
- Book Review: Monica Ong’s Silent Anatomies
- 120 Psaltery & Lyre: Rachael Matthews, “Return, pt. III” and “Gaia”
- Book Review: Claudia Rankine’s Don’t Let Me Be Lonely
- Book Review: Matthea Harvey, If the Tabloids Are True What Are You?
- Book Review: Lotería Cards and Fortune Poems: A Book of Lives
- 119 Psaltery & Lyre: Matthew LaBrot, “St. Francis River”
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This boy wasn’t mean. But he was very clear that I, as a woman, had no place in any part of that Sacrament ritual or preparation. That it would be...
I want my daughters (and my son!) to be able to read about other women’s struggles. How did they go about deciding what to do and when?
So throughout this busy month, we here at Doves and Serpents would like to share some stories of what we’re calling encounters–moments or exchanges with people, whether strangers, family members,...
We want to hear your personal stories about why there is less than a perfect fit between your spiritual needs and what the church offers.
I begged God to change her. But instead, God changed me. . . By the time we arrived in Massachusetts for Cholene’s wedding, God was already there.
If we approach the question of sex from the perspective that it is our responsibility as parents to teach our kids how TO HAVE sex, how does that change things?