You're probably in the mood to read some poetry, by various poets with very distinctive voices.
You'd probably like to read a spellbinding essay by Paul Cella explaining the incredibly complex financial securities game that almost ruined our nation. Real smart people invented the game. Problem was, they liked playing more than they loved their country.
You've probably been waiting for someone to properly appreciate Marilynne Robinson's novel Gilead. Well, Lydia McGrew's done that for you.
How about a short story by Jeff Trippe, a modern romance about a guy, a girl, and a...well, you'll have to read it.
Or an explication of Hemingway's "The Killers."
Or would you like to look at some oil paintings by one of America's best landscape artists?
Of course you would. It can all be found in the current issue of The Christendom Review. Tell everyone you know.
Our thanks to Todd McKimmey.