Looking back on its first decade of publishing poetry, Massachusetts's Paraclete Press presents 13 authors that demonstrate the versatility of Judeo-Christian writing. Among the standouts here are Phyllis Tickle, Thomas Lynch, Fr. John-Julian, William Woolfitt, Scott Cairns, Paul Mariani, and Poland's Anna Kamienska. From Germany, the Iranian born poet SAID contributes a selection of contemporary psalms, while Rainer Maria Rilke is represented by such poems as "Apollo's Ancient Torso," "Entrance," "Quiet Friend," and six of his powerful written prayers.
The Paraclete Poetry Anthology: Selected and New Poems
Author: Mark S. Burrows, ed.