Lisa Ampleman, managing editor of The Cincinnati Review, is the author of a collection of poems, Full Cry, and a chapbook, I’ve Been Collecting This to Tell You. Her poems and prose have appeared in the journals Poetry, Image and Notre Dame Review.

Arts & Culture Poetry
Lisa AmplemanOctober 13, 2020
The recognition of Louise Glück with the Nobel Prize in Literature was a bright spot in 2020 for her fans and her fellow poets alike.
Arts & Culture Poetry
Lisa AmplemanJanuary 22, 2019

When the poet Mary Oliver died last week at the age of 83, my social media feeds blossomed into a field of tributes.

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Arts & Culture Ideas
Lisa AmplemanNovember 02, 2018
A 21st-century arts collective revives illustrating the Bible for the digital age.
Arts & Culture Books
Lisa AmplemanOctober 24, 2018
T.S. Eliot attracts and repels all at once—but reading his 'Four Quartets' has been a formative experience for many a spiritual seeker.
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 Books
Lisa AmplemanOctober 19, 2017
John Milton's Paradise Lost (published in 1667) may be more relevant in our time than ever before.
Mourners participate in a peace march on May 6 prior to the funeral Mass of Jesuit Father Daniel Berrigan in New York City (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz).
Arts & Culture Poetry
Lisa AmplemanApril 17, 2017
Who are the literary heirs to Father Dan Berrigan?