Here’s a painting, or actually two paintings, that I’ve been working on for the last few weeks. They’re really meant to be an entry into prayer, a meditation on Luke 13 and Mark 11, on the apocalyptic imagery in Jesus’s language and the call to redemption. Many of the visual ideas come from the Rothschild Canticles, the late medieval prayer book that I’m absolutely fascinated by. The figure on the right is from a photo that appeared in F.A.M.E. NYC Magazine, of a businessman fleeing ground zero on September 11th, 2001. I couldn’t find an attribution, and don’t know who took it, but appreciate the photographer and the image.
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.