Longing for God
From the January, 2017 issue
The first small poem of Mary Szybist's first book ended with this remarkable statement: "there are some sadnesses / in which I do not long for God." I find it remarkable because few contemporary poets admit to a Christian perspective, even if they carry its psychological imprint. Ten years after that book, Szybist published Incarnadine, her second book,
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