Spring Literary Review 2018

Vol.218 / No.9

Spring Literary Review 2018

Arts & Culture Short Take
James T. KeaneApril 23, 2018

Our Spring 2018 Literary issue has a little something for everyone.

Arts & Culture Dispatches
James T. KeaneApril 23, 2018

Digital meets print in the retooled Catholic Book Club.

CNS photo/Charles Platiau, Reuters
Arts & Culture Features
Ted GioiaApril 12, 2018

"Now listen to what an old man tells you. My best book is my Recollections of Joan of Arc."

Vanessa Redgrave in a stage adaptation of ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’ (photo: Getty Images)
Arts & Culture Features
Robert E. Hosmer Jr.April 17, 2018

‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie’ brought an unforgettable, iconic character to the literary stage.

Arts & Culture Features
Lisa AmplemanApril 19, 2018

When I read A Wrinkle in Time as a child, it was an experience of the senses.

Arts & Culture Features
David J. MichaelApril 23, 2018

Alan Jacobs has dedicated most of his career to bridging gaps not only between Christians and non-Christians but also between disciplines and audiences.

President Woodrow Wilson, 1912 (photo: Library of Congress)
Arts & Culture Books
Maurice Timothy ReidyApril 11, 2018

Wilson's strong moral streak proved to be his greatest asset and his greatest failing.