Photo of C.S. Lewis's The Abolition of Man © Caleb Woods; public domain

That Kind of Book

Jan 29, 2018

Essay by Steven Wingate

Burying my religion to sell a novel? That’s bad faith—or no faith at all.

Writing and Faith, Authors, Writer's Life | Read More

Do Poems Need to Be Accessible?

Nov 13, 2017

Response by Neil de la Flor

It's a poem about the transformational power of speaking out in the face of thousands of 'fans' booing you.

Media Debate, About Poetry, Communication | Read More

How Transparent Should Poetry Be?

Nov 13, 2017

Essay by Steve Lewis

Only a smattering of folks across the country understand the language, and I’m sorry to say that doesn’t include many academics.

Media Debate, About Poetry, Communication | Read More

Trump Is Our Fault, Too

Sep 18, 2017

TW Column by Steven Lewis

We were so blind that, in the name of righteousness, we committed our own ethical and moral atrocities.

Media Debate, Yawping Wild, Truth-telling | Read More

Agreeing with the Other Side Can Be Revolutionary

Sep 13, 2017

Essay by Phoebe Farag Mikhail

No political group fully represents my views. I’m a bridge person.

Media Debate, Truth-telling, Communication | Read More