James M. Chesbro is the author of A Lion in the Snow: Essays on a Father’s Journey Home. His work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Writer’s Chronicle and Literary Hub, among others. He teaches at Fairfield College Preparatory School.

Arts & Culture Books
James M. ChesbroJuly 21, 2020
72 percent of students and 87 percent of teachers in Catholic schools are white. They need to be reading and teaching more Black literature.
Arts & Culture Books
James M. ChesbroJanuary 03, 2020
In her fourth book, The Virgin of Prince Street: Expeditions Into Devotion, Sonja Livingston introduces herself as a “pilgrimess” returning to her childhood church in Rochester, N.Y., after not regularly attending Mass for 20 years.
Brian Doyle, award-winning author, editor of the University of Portland's magazine, died May 27 from complications related to a brain tumor. Doyle, pictured in a 2012 photo, was 60. (CNS photo/Tim LaBarge) See OBIT-DOYLE May 31, 2017.
Arts & Culture Ideas
James M. ChesbroJune 02, 2017
For much longer than a moment, let us consider the revered Catholic writer's literary generosity.