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  1. The Stone Ship

    / JUL 2014

    As a poetic drama, The Stone Ship transports readers on a lifetime's voyage of discovery. Jerome, an amnesiac, wonders how he became a monastic porter at Cloistergarth. His search for the... read more »
  2. The Small Books of Bach

    / SEP 2014

    The Small Books of Bach is an offering of forty poems, each a spiritual query, playful celebration, or serious riff on the music and life of J. S. Bach. Divided into four books, the poems... read more »
  3. The Risk of Returning, Second Edition

    / DEC 2014

    Ted Peterson, son of former missionaries to Guatemala, returns to that country to solve the mystery of his father's disappearance. Caught up in a culture of violence and deadly secrets, what he... read more »
  4. The Philosophy of Literature

    / SEP 2018

    The Philosophy of Literature: Four Studies puts forth the question of the extent to which philosophers must go to school with the poets. It begins with a new interpretation of the famous... read more »
  5. The Philosopher Converses with God

    Michael H. Mitias

    Yes / JUN 2019

    What is it like to meet God, to converse with him about the most important questions of human life, and then to have union with him? What is it like for a finite being to stand in the presence of... read more »
  6. The Operation of Grace

    / OCT 2015

    The Operation of Grace collects a decade's worth of essays by Gregory Wolfe taken from the pages of Image, the literary journal he founded more than a quarter century ago. As he notes... read more »
  7. The Jerusalem Academy, 2nd Edition

    / JUN 2012

    This novel tells the story of the scribes who produced the book of Genesis. It is narrated by Keziah, the wife of Jonathan, one of the scribes. They collected the stories and put them together... read more »
  8. The Gold Thread

    / NOV 2015

    Both children's literature and fantasy literature have become established as genre for critical study in recent years, especially in the United States. As one of the outstanding children's authors... read more »
  9. Telling the Stories Right

    / MAR 2018

    Wendell Berry thinks of himself as a storyteller. It’s somewhat ironic then that he is better known as an essayist, a poet, and an advocate for small farmers. The essays in this collection... read more »

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