100 Writers of Faith

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Scott Cairns in Seattle!

Scott Cairns Reading at Elliott Bay Book Co. Saturday, February 9, 5:00 p.m.Please join Image as poet, essayist, and Eastern Orthodox convert Scott Cairns reads from his new memoir Short Trip to the Edge: Where Earth Meets Heaven - A Pilgrimage, a chronicle of a unique midlife crisis manifested in the desperate need to seek out prayer.Provoked by the realization that his spiritual life was ‚Äúprogressing at a snail‚Äôs pace,‚Äù Cairns traveled to an Orthodox monastery on the Greek island … [Read more...]

Auralia in Image

And last but not least... it appears that somebody over at Image journal has read  Auralia's Colors! … [Read more...]

This Year’s Denise Levertov Award Goes To…

Here's an exciting announcement from the folks at Image.And what a great choice. I've had the privilege of meeting Mr. Lott and hearing him read last summer, and I was mightily impressed. … [Read more...]

Lies and Slander at Image Journal!

Somehow I've managed to offend someone over at Image, because they've posted my mug shot there and have included all manner of lies and slander about me! … [Read more...]

Greg Wolfe on "Why the Inklings Aren’t Enough"

In the new issue of Image, editor Greg Wolfe writes about the problem of Christian veneration of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. ...it has often been noted that the two Oxford dons at the center of the famous literary group known as the Inklings — C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien — would be appalled by the virtual canonization that has been conferred on them by adoring fans.What concerns me, however, is not so much the tendency of many Christians to treat these two writers as saints, as dubious … [Read more...]

The Image Film Festival Starts Friday!

If you can get to Seattle this weekend, you should be sure to catch the Image Film Festival.Click the picture to see a larger version of the poster.Click here for information about the event, which should feature some challenging discussions. … [Read more...]

Great Films, True Stories: The 2006 Image Film Festival

This year's Image Film Festival promises to be a challenging, exciting series of events. It's entitled “Telling the Truth: The Art of Documentary Films,” featuring five documentary films that satisfy our desire for revelation, entertainment, emotional connection, and above all, truth.Join us for the kick-off event, Friday, January 20, 2006, from 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.Five films will be screened over the course of the weekend--Hoop Dreams, Born Into Brothels, Murderball, Supersize Me, and B … [Read more...]

Specials: Hopkins hoopla. Aslan music. Shopgirl. Image honored.

Wednesday specials:THIS YEAR'S DEMILLE Lecter will get some lovin'.DOES ASLAN HAVE A THEME? Listen to clips from the first Narnia soundtrack here!WALTER SEZ: GO SHOPPING! After stirring things up with his controversial post about Wendell Berry, now Adam Walter's stirring a different pot... he really liked Shopgirl!IMAGE ANTHOLOGIZED CONGRATULATIONS to Greg Wolfe and Image journal! You'll find the following news in their new Image Update. Every year, Image is proud to publish … [Read more...]

Specials: New Image is here! Gresham interview, part 2.

Wednesday's specials:Good news! I've just snared a deal for a new monthly film column. Can't tell you where yet, but I'll give you the details soon.THE NEW ISSUE OF IMAGE IS READY FOR YOU Click here to peruse the contents of the new issue. (New Scott Cairns poetry! Woo hoo!) The latest Image update sums it up like this: Image issue #47 features Texas portraitist John Cobb's chapel, a portable structure composed of panel paintings of his friends and neighbors. Also: John Terpstra's … [Read more...]


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