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Solzhenitsyn: A Voice for When History Repeats Itself

What You Eat Is What You Think (And Perhaps Vice Versa)

When Fires Rage Turn to Stephen Pyne

Amateur Apostle: On Ninety-Five Years of Robert Farrar Capon

Poems as Prayers: Malcolm Guite Discusses His Quarantine Quatrains

The Historical Sense of Maryann Corbett

A Joyful Book for a Dour Year

"Unspeakable Acts" Captures the Crux of the True Crime Problem

Agatha Christie's Top 20 Novels

The American Poetic Tradition We Could Have Had

Good Readers Make Good Neighbors

Lost No More: Loving NYRB Classics

The Grandeur of the Humble Fly

The Double Feature: Brann + Birzer

Wine and the People of God

Notes on Form: Joyce's Tetrameters

Exploring the Depths of the Sacred and the Profane

Education Before Training: Seven Books on Learning Well

Reaching through the Haze of Death

When The Language of Faith Can't Be Forgotten

Rhina Espaillat: "If poetry is really good, really honest, it can deal with whatever the daily crisis is"

Did Charlie Kaufman create a new Ignatius J. Reilly?

There Can Only Be One Kung Fu Guy

The Most Important Year in the History of English Poetry

Resurrecting an Age-Old Conversation

Notes on Form: Second Thoughts on the Poetic Line

The FORMA Summer Reading Guide

Reading Homer in Wyoming

Dostoevsky: A Writer for Our Time and Any Time

Lunatics, Lovers, and Poets

Unmade in the Name of Beauty

Playing with the Muse

Five Quick Reads for a Long Weekend

Simone Weil: Intellectual Mischief-Maker

The Surprising Inevitability of Hilary Mantel's the Mirror and the Light

Seeing What Others See

4 Classic Novels That Are Also Classic Murder-Mysteries

Did Jesus Read Cicero?

5 Classic Travel Books for the Home-Bound Reader

Subscriber Exclusive: Mind the Gaps

When Love Comes to the Gadfly

Five Sports Books for the Sports-Deprived

The Futile Flight of C.S. Lewis As a Young Man

Back Issue of Print Editions

5 Books about Movies for Your Self-Isolation Reading

The American West Is More Than the Legends

Recovering Personhood: When Religion and Tradition Still Matter

5 Cookbooks for Your Self-Isolation Cooking Adventures

An Update for Subscribers

An Update on FORMA

No One Has Clean Hands: An Interview with Novelist Suzanne M. Wolfe

5 Histories Worth Reading While You're Self-Isolating

Surviving (and Thriving) While Your Little Ones Are At Home, Too

Aaron Belz Writes the Sort of Poetry That We Need

The Sound Beyond the Sound: A Realist View of Metaphor

A Book about Presidents You'll Actually Want to Read during a Drawn-out Election Season

A Better Introduction: Karen Swallow Prior Is a Literary Guide For All Readers

Listening for the Mystery: An Interview with Maurice Manning

New Poetry Speaking for a Rooted Renewal

I Am Flambeau: G.K. Chesterton’s Artistic Confession

Remembering the Great Charles Portis

The Mystical Vision of G.K. Chesterton's Father Brown

S.D. Smith Tells His Story

Roger Scruton: A Gentleman Who Didn't Suffer Fools

Rightly Ordered: The Decline and Fall of List-making

The World Is Always Coming to an End

An Invasion Is Coming While the Civil Wars Wage

Home Is Where the Art Is

C.S. Lewis On Why Myth Matters

The Impossible Task of the Poet: Walker Percy on Language, Despair, and Communion

RIP Roger Scruton: Unrevolutionary Renaissance Man

Flannery O'Connor: Prophet In Her Own Land

4 Reasons to Love Greta Gerwig's Little Women

Become a Defiant Holy Fool