Felling trees as Saruman does is not always a bad thing.
A long-awaited complete collection of Auden’s poetry gives scholars and admirers what they’ve been waiting for.
Senior Editor Rhys Laverty introduces the Fall 2022 Edition of Ad Fontes and asks how Christians should properly enjoy literature.
Discover a forgotten influence on George Macdonald, C.S. Lewis, and Marilynne Robinson.
What happens when T.S. Eliot meets a lowbrow evangelical arts night?
Phillip J. Donnelly shows how Dante invites readers to grow in holiness through their reading.
A new translation makes the founder of modern poetry into accessible and urgent reading.
Did Tolkien have room for shades of gray within and without Middle Earth?
Despite the script’s shortcomings, the Queen’s death threw this British revival into an interesting new light.
What is the driving force of Homer’s epic, and how should Christians think of it?