Christian Poetry in America since 1940, with guests Micah Mattix (Regent University) and Sally Thomas (poetry editor for The New York Sun)

November 28, 2022 00:41:49
Christian Poetry in America since 1940, with guests Micah Mattix (Regent University) and Sally Thomas (poetry editor for The New York Sun)
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Christian Poetry in America since 1940, with guests Micah Mattix (Regent University) and Sally Thomas (poetry editor for The New York Sun)

Nov 28 2022 | 00:41:49

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Show Notes

Micah Mattix is poetry editor at First Things and professor of English at Regent University in Virginia. He has published a book of essays on poetry titled The Soul is a Stranger in This World, and his criticism has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and The National Review. Sally Thomas is the author of the poetry collection Motherland as well as a novel, Works of Mercy. She has published poetry, fiction, reviews, and essays in such venues as First ThingsPlough Quarterly, and the New Yorker. She serves as Associate Poetry Editor for The New York Sun. Together, Mattix and Thomas are editors of a new anthology we discuss today: Christian Poetry since 1940.

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