Mary Szybist on the Pressures of the Catholic Imagination | 2019 Hunt Prize

Mary Szybist on the Pressures of the Catholic Imagination | 2019 Hunt Prize

Meet Mary Szybist, poet, teacher, and recipient of the 2019 George W. Hunt, S. J., Prize for Journalism, Arts & Letters. Ms. Szybist's collection of poems, "Incarnadine," explores her forging a new relationship with the imagery surrounding the Annunciation.

The Hunt Prize is co-sponsored by America Media and the Saint Thomas More Chapel & Center at Yale University.

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