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  1. A Land Without Sin

    Paula Huston

    Slant / AUG 2013

    As revolutionary forces gather in the Lacandon jungle of southern Mexico in the fall of 1993, an idealistic American priest vanishes from his post in San Cristobal de Las Casas. The Church,... read more »
  2. Better Food for a Better World

    Erin McGraw

    Slant / MAR 2013

    Ideals and reality collide when six college friends band together to start an ice cream store, promising "Better Food for a Better World," but finding a worse world than they had... read more »
  3. Death Comes for the Deconstructionist

    Daniel Taylor

    Slant / DEC 2014

    Jon Mote--grad school dropout and serial failure--has been hired to investigate the murder of his erstwhile mentor, Richard Pratt, a star in the firmament of literary theory. Feeling unequal to the... read more »
  4. Do We Not Bleed?

    Daniel Taylor

    Slant / JAN 2017

    A young woman is dead. A man with diminished capacity is accused. His friends, also wounded, try to help him. In the process, they teach Jon Mote a thing or two he desperately needs to... read more »
  5. Down in the River

    Ryan Blacketter

    Slant / JAN 2014

    After the death of his sixteen-year-old twin sister, Lyle Rettew moves from the mountains of Idaho to Eugene, Oregon. His religious, well-intentioned older brother has forbidden any mention of her... read more »
  6. Finding the World's Fullness

    Robert Cording

    Slant / NOV 2019

    Forty years as a poet has kept Robert Cording looking at the details of everyday experience. That long labor has brought him face-to-face with the inescapable complexity of a world that is full of... read more »
  7. Here at Last is Love

    Dunstan Thompson, Gregory Wolfe

    Slant / SEP 2015

    Dunstan Thompson was an American poet of great promise who burst onto the Anglo-American literary scene during World War II. In the words of one contemporary, Thompson was one of the rising "stars... read more »
  8. Long after Lauds

    Jeanine Hathaway

    Slant / JUL 2019

    Ever since the Middle Ages, the first hour of daily prayer in monastic life—Matins—has roused the community from sleep. Wisely, the second hour was reserved for Lauds, which means... read more »
  9. Throw

    Ruben Degollado

    Slant / FEB 2019

    “Llorona was no harmless little pigeon. She was the lechuza, the owl you see just before someone is about to die, the one that haunts you in your dreams and you never want to see in real... read more »

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