St Katherine Review 5.1

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Copyright © 2016 Saint Katherine Review Volume 5 | Number 1
ISSN 2157-1759

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Editorial Staff:

Editor | Fr Kaleeg Hainsworth
Managing Editor | Gaelan Gilbert
Nonfiction Editor | Angela Doll Carlson
Poetry Editor | Scott Cairns
Fiction Editor | TBA
Founder | Frank Papatheofanis

Saint Katherine Review is published quarterly by University of Saint Katherine Press, the publishing arm of University of Saint Katherine,
1637 Capalina Road, San Marcos, CA, 92069

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  • Poetry by

    Robert Claps Eric Potter Paul T. Corrigan Jill Peláez BaumgaertnerTyler Kline Anne Babson Barbara Crooker Joanne Allred Stella Nesanovich Devon Miller-Duggan Aaron Brown Cameron Lawrence Raina Joines Michael D. Riley Bruce Bond

  • Non-fiction by

    Robert McGuill Angela Doll Carlson

  • Fiction by

    Marjorie Maddox Hege Anita MaryAnne Wilimek Mary Anne Reese

CONTRIBUTORS to Volume 5 / Issue 1

Robert Claps lives in eastern Connecticut, having retired from a career in information technology at the same company where Wallace Stevens had worked, though his abilities have not rubbed off on me.  Soon he should be getting around to sending out a book length manuscript in hopes of publication. His poem “Jump Shots at Sixty” won Sport Literate’s poetry competition for 2016.  Other work has appeared in the Green Mountains Review, The Connecticut River Review, The Hollins Critic, and The Atlanta Review, among others.  He has poems forthcoming in Tar River Poetry, and the Louisville Review. He is always reading new poets to hopefully fill the void in his life now that writers like Maxine Kumin, Galway Kinnell, and Philip Levine have passed away

Eric Potter is a professor of English at Grove City College (PA) where he teaches courses in modern poetry, American literature, and creative writing.  His poetry has appeared in such publications as First Things, The Christian Century, and Ruminate, as well as in the anthology Imago Dei: Poems from Christianity and Literature.   He is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Heart Murmur and Still Life, and a full-length collection, Things Not Seen (Wipf and Stock, 2015).

Paul T. Corrigan teaches writing and literature at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. He has published work in Sewanee Theological Review, Christianity & Literature, Literature & Belief, and other venues. His interview with Li-Young Lee recently appeared in Image. His dissertation at the University of South Florida, Wrestling with Angels: Postsecular Contemporary American Poetry, interprets contemporary poems that are spiritual or religious in nontraditional ways, particularly including the work of Li-Young Lee and Scott Cairns. He lives in the Peace River Watershed and walks to work.

Jill Peláez Baumgaertner is Professor of English and Dean of Humanities and Theological Studies at Wheaton College.  She received the PhD from Emory University and has also taught at Valparaiso University. The author of five collections of poetry, including What Cannot Be Fixed; a textbook on poetry; a book on Flannery O’Connor; and the poetry anthology Imago Dei, she has also written lyrics for compositions by Richard Hillert, Carl Schalk, Michael Costello, and Daniel Kellogg.  She received a Fulbright to Spain and has won many awards for her poetry. She serves as poetry editor of The Christian Century.

Tyler Kline is the author of the chapbook As Men Do Around Knives (ELJ Publications, 2016) and the current poet laureate of Bucks County, PA. He works on a vegetable farm and teaches middle school English. His recent work is forthcoming in the minnesota review, Passages North, Parcel, and elsewhere. Find him online at tylerklinepoetry.com. Twitter: @tyler_kline01

Eric Potter is a professor of English at Grove City College (PA) where he teaches courses in modern poetry, American literature, and creative writing.  His poetry has appeared in such publications as First Things, The Christian Century, and Ruminate, as well as in the anthology Imago Dei: Poems from Christianity and Literature.   He is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Heart Murmur and Still Life, and a full-length collection, Things Not Seen (Wipf and Stock, 2015).

Jacob Riyeff teaches literature from the early medieval through the postmodern at Marquette University. His first chapbook, Lofsangas: Poems Old and New, appeared in 2015 (Franciscan UP), and his original poems, verse translations of medieval poems, popular essays, and scholarly essays have appeared in a variety of journals and magazines. His translation of St. Æthelwold of Winchester’s Old English version of the Rule of St. Benedict is forthcoming from Cistercian Publications (2017), and he is currently finishing a translation of the French poetic works of Swami Abhishiktananda (Dom Henri Le Saux). Jacob lives on the Lower East Side of Milwaukee with his heroically patient wife and two (soon to be three!) children. jacob.riyeff@gmail.com

Barbara Crooker’s work has appeared in journals and anthologies such as: Christianity & Literature, The Christian Science Monitor, The Christian Century, America, Sojourners, Windhover, Perspectives, Literature and Belief, The Cresset, Tiferet, Spiritus, Ruminate, Rock & Sling, Radix, Relief, The Anglican Theological Review, The Bedford Introduction to Literature , Good Poems for Hard Times (Garrison Keillor, editor), and Looking for God in All the Right Places.  Among her awards are the Thomas Merton Poetry of the Sacred Award, and she has published eight full length books of poetry, including The Book of Kells (forthcoming from Cascade Books in 2019). www.barbaracrooker.com and Twitter: @barbaracrooker

Joanne Allred is the author of three poetry collections: Whetstone, which won the Flume Press Chapbook Competition, Particulate, published by Bear Star Press, and The Evolutionary Purpose of Heartbreak, recently out from Turning Point Press. She was born and grew up in Utah, but has spent most her adult life in California, where she taught for many years in the English Department at California State University, Chico.

Stella Nesanovich is the author of two full-length poetry collections: Vespers at Mount Angel and Colors of the River as well as four chapbooks of poems.  Her poetry has appeared in many journals and magazines as well as over twenty anthologies. In 1999 she received an artist fellowship from the Louisiana Division of the Arts; in 2009 and in 2015 she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She is Professor Emerita of English from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. Her website is Nesanovich.com

Devon Miller-Duggan has published poems in Rattle, Shenandoah, Margie, Christianity and Literature, Gargoyle. She teaches Creative Writing at the University of Delaware. Her books include Pinning the Bird to the Wall in 2008 and a chapbook, Neither Prayer, Nor Bird in 2013. Alphabet Year, will be published by Wipf & Stock in 2016. devonmiller-duggan.com

Aaron Brown’s prose and poetry have been published in World Literature Today, Transition, Tupelo Quarterly, Portland Review, Ruminate, and Cimarron Review, among others. He is the author of Winnower (Wipf & Stock, 2013) and is a Pushcart Prize nominee. An MFA graduate from the University of Maryland, Aaron grew up in Chad and now lives with his wife Melinda in Sterling, Kansas, where he is an assistant professor of writing at Sterling College. www.aaronbrownwriter.com

Cameron Alexander Lawrence is a graduate of the University of Arizona and lives and writes in Decatur, GA, where he shares a home with his wife and three young daughters. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Asheville Poetry Review, Image, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Ink & Letters, Rock & Sling, and elsewhere. cameronlawrence.com

Raina Joines has an MFA from the University of Florida and teaches poetry workshop, literature, and composition at the University of North Texas, where she is the faculty advisor for the North Texas Review.  She is the recipient of fellowships from Blue Mountain Center, the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences, and the Lillian E. Smith Center.  She received a First Honorable Mention for her poetry from the Dana Awards in 2015, and her work is out or forthcoming in Measure, Crab Orchard Review, and Grist: The Journal for Writers.

Michael D. Riley has published six collections of poetry. The most recent, Ordinary Time: Poems for the Liturgical Year, appeared in 2016. He has poems in two recent anthologies: Irish American Poetry From the Eighteenth Century to the Present and Blood to Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust.  His poems have appeared in many periodicals, including Poetry, Poetry Ireland Review, South Carolina Review, Rattle, America, Atlanta Review, and Southern Humanities Review. He is Emeritus Professor of English from Penn State University and lives in Lancaster, PA.

Bruce Bond is the author of fifteen books including For the Lost Cathedral (LSU, 2015), The Other Sky (Etruscan, 2015), Immanent Distance: Poetry and the Metaphysics of the Near at Hand (U of MI, 2015), Gold Bee (Crab Orchard Award, SIU, 2016), and Black Anthem (Tampa Review Prize, U of Tampa,, 2016).  Two books are forthcoming: Sacrum (Four Way Books), and Blackout Starlight: New and Selected Poems (Phillabaum Award, LSU).  Presently he is Regents Professor at University of North Texas.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Beautiful work in this issue.

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