Poet Kai-Lilly Karpman unleashes another salvo against a violent patriarchy in her revelatory and melancholy "On Want".
A hush encounters uncertainty and transformation in Jocelyn Ulevicus's pensive curious poem, "Breathing and Swallowing in Montreal, 2017".
Both revelatory and mysterious, Lindsay Rockwell's "Watching the Light Shift" shows us the path without giving us the answers.
Jewish chaplain Ethan Levin presents a powerful poetic interpretation of a biblical psalm with his "Midrash on Psalm 13".
Poet Michael Grimwood takes readers on a journey into divine realms of leaf, blossom, and holiness with his imaginative poem "God Ecology".
Will Simescu's "Agrapha" reveals a search for holiness, contrasting the gritty details of reality with imagery from the life of Christ.
Lithuanian poet Lina Buividavičiūtė's prose poem "A Housewife's Opus Magnum" reveals a holiness discovered in simplicity and domesticity.
Samantha Imperi's powerful tragic poem "To my child, on God" muses God as a feminine force, forced to birth a universe she doesn't want.
Hinged on the image of Muslim cab driver finding a moment of serenity in communion with God in the chaos of New York City, Brandon James O'Neil's "City Adhan" offers readers that same serenity.
Wyoming poet Brandon McQuade's "Jamaica" is a narrative of searching for God in the tropics and coming face to face with disillusionment.