Bernard Aparicio writes:
The new Dappled Things is out and I wanted to point out some pieces you and your readers may like. The first is an essay called “The Blessed Mutter of the Muse,” in which poet Bruce Guernsey, who describes himself as a lapsed Catholic, discusses how he sees Catholicism as a major inspiration in contemporary poetry, leading him to ask “Could it be then that the muse isn’t Greek after all? That Mt. Parnassus is really St. Peter’s?”
Aside from that, I also strongly encourage you to consider linking to “Welsh Starlight” by our editor in chief, and “Lessons Beyond the Death Camps,” a poem about St. Edith Stein that left me breathless upon reading it.
Hope everything is well with you.
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