Catholic poet Angela O'Donnell talks about her work, including her "saint" series of poems, which includes odes to such unconventional "saints" as Herman Melville and Vincent van Gogh. Features readings of two of her poems published in America.
Archive for February 27th 2008
Peter Schineller, S.J., a new associate editor at America, discusses his years in Nigeria, and the difficulty adjusting to American culture after such an extended time abroad. Read Fr. Schineller's article on the tragic plane crash that killed 60 of his students. Also available: his 1991 article on "Culture Shock on Returning to America."
Psychologist and author Sidney Callahan discusses evolutionary thought, feminist theology and C.S. Lewis in a wide-ranging interview about her new book, Created for Joy: A Christian View of Suffering.