Presence: A Journal of Catholic Poetry

So…I normally do not indulge in shameless self-promotion on Vox Nova, but I am going to take the liberty of doing so this time. However, my hope is that this announcement will be of general interest to our readership. I am delighted to report that I have a poem published in the inaugural issue of Presence: A Journal of Catholic Poetry, edited by Mary Ann Miller and featuring work by Marilyn Nelson, Dana Gioia and many others. It is an honor to be included in this publication. This weekend a reading from the journal was held at Fordham University’s conference on the Future of the Catholic Literary Imagination.

Unfortunately, this journal is available in print form only, but if you are a lover of poetry that draws on Catholic Christian topics and imagery, it might make for some enjoyable summer reading!

Thanks for the consideration.

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