There is a harsh reality within its pages, but also a path to a better future, the future we had all been promised but refuse to realize, a future of personal responsibility and a culture of peace and unity.
Poetry: Pound – In a Station of the Metro
The apparition of these faces in the crowd:Petals on a wet, black bough.Pound One of my favorite poems, "In a Station of the Metro" is a piece of Imagist poetry depicting the briefest moment of time in crisp language and quick emotion. While I seldom like modernist poetry, this one has always fascinated me. Unlike …
Review: House of Living Stones
Katie Schuermann's House of Living Stones is a wonderful novel for anyone who loves realist literature. This book will make you laugh, cry, and feel with the characters you are reading about.
Review: When Harry Became Sally
In When Harry Became Sally, Anderson seeks not to dehumanize transgender people or trivialize the subject, but instead, he seeks to educate those who wish to understand transgenderism, and ultimately, to help those suffering from gender dysphoria.
Review: Faith that Engages the Culture
This is a book that every Christian should read as it will educate and embolden you to reach others, loved by God, with the life-saving message of the Gospel.