What if the point of “Paradise Lost” was not what Milton thought of Satan, but what he thought of himself?
On the death of America’s great novelist.
How does George Herbert prepare the heart for worship with poetry?
Walking through Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday with T.S. Eliot.
Former U.S. poet laureate Tracy K. Smith’s latest collection is a triumph.
The best poetry follows from a robust view of creatio ex nihilo
What does the newest Nobel Laureate for Literature have to say about the ancient question of passing things on to future generations?
We know him as an author and professor, but is it time to appreciate Tolkien as a theologian?
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.