Here’s an illustration of Lazarus coming out of the tomb that I did for Holy Week. It has what I can only describe as the Dante problem, i.e. hell seems more dramatic and interesting than the heaven that Lazarus is moving towards. The two suffering souls are borrowed from Gustave Dore, so I guess you could say that the other problem with hell is that it’s derivative. If I redraw it or paint it, I think I’ll change hell to a much drabber, impersonal place.
A short story entitled "My Beam of Light." You can read it on Squalorly
The Christian Century book review. You can read the first part of the review by clicking here. To read the whole thing, you'll have to become a subscriber.
A historical piece about Ascalon, and the infamous Wolf family, published on Orion Headless. You can read it by clicking here.