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In some ways, every story is a pilgrimage—an intentional search for sacred things.
In this issue, our contributors took us on journeys of all kinds—from losing one’s house to fire, traveling to a Taizé monastery in France, floating past the English countryside on a canal boat, and journeying through Philadelphia, to an evening in the Boreal forest, a lost chance for love, the Idaho State Roadkill Fur Auction, and making a shelter. It bears proof that we are all pilgrims traveling great distances and depths to see the sacred place.
FEATURING Hannah VanderHart, Bill Cass, April Schmidt, Gene Schmidt + 2011 Janet B. McCabe Poetry Prize judged by Vito Aiuto, winner Hannah VanderHart