Communities need things that last to tie them together. There was a child went forth every day… The early lilacs…
An original poem by Genevieve Cunningham
The most frustrating person on your team might be the difference between success and failure. I’ve had the pleasure of directing…
In response to tragedy, one of the best things we can do is celebrate life.
During three of the four seasons of the year, I teach at a small college in southern Wisconsin. But when…
Should you make art for an audience, or for one person?
Finding meaning in your wandering.
Stephen Williams: What was initially a sentiment of disappointment has fully morphed into sentiment of gratitude.
In his essay “The Poet,” Ralph Waldo Emerson argues that the poet expresses and even finds what we cannot
A small way to make space for intentional relationships.
Bart Price: It’s the landscapers, the Missionaries of Beauty, who have engendered in me the desire to put a name…
Encountering art from many eras enhances our lives.
It hasn’t been easy, but I still call myself an evangelical.
How children help us rediscover the good life.
Andrew Collins: We need every generation to keep creating so we can see the old truths afresh.
“Get big, or get out.” That’s the advice Richard Nixon’s Secretary of Agriculture, Earl Butz, gave farmers back in the 1970s—advice…
No one’s going to miss your unfinished novels or paintings. Or will they?
A short history according to Virgil
As their Germanic moniker (“new lore”) implies, Neulore aims to tell stories as grand as the beginning of human history and as familiar as grappling with family issues
How to be fully known