VoicesElyse DurhamElyse Durham is a fiction writer and essayist. Her work has appeared in Image, the Cincinnati Review, Christianity Today, and elsewhere. She lives in metro Indianapolis. @durham_elyseArticles by Elyse DurhamArts & CultureMusicMandolinist and singer-songwriter Chris Thile writes psalms for those who struggle to believe — or belongElyse DurhamSeptember 16, 2021In “Laysongs,” mandolinist Chris Thile lays theatrics and sea captains aside and sings simply and honestly about his struggle to believe.Arts & CultureFilmLike saints and poets, Frederick Wiseman looks at life moment by momentElyse DurhamApril 22, 2021Frederick Wiseman’s patient, deliberate lens into everyday life reveals glory in the mundane.Arts & CultureIdeasI had Covid-19. Ballet renewed my faith in the human body. Elyse DurhamJune 12, 2020To a world in upheaval, ballet is an emblem of calmer times.Arts & CultureFilmWhat Greta Gerwig’s new take on ‘Little Women’ teaches us about deathElyse DurhamFebruary 07, 2020‘Little Women’ reminds us that death, despite its inevitability, is not permanent. It’s as temporary as falling asleep on a train.