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Religious Liberty: (Not) For All

Freedom of religion is a central idea in the United States. Most descriptions of U.S. history emphasize flight from religious repression as the main motivation for colonial settlement. 1,268 more words


A Conversation with Devon Balwit

How The Blessed Travel
(Maverick Duck Press, 2017)

MHR: In a few of the poems, we encounter the heart. There is a great tradition of writing about the heart. 1,516 more words


'Wind River,' 'A Man of Integrity' among first Cannes 2017 winners

The jury for the Un Certain Regard gathered in France to announce some of the first awards recipients from the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday in The Debussy Theatre. 288 more words


Announcing The Mantle: A Contemporary Literary Journal

I have started a long-gestating project:

The Mantle is an online quarterly journal dedicated to compelling, contemporary poetry, committed to publishing the most memorable poetry we receive and will nominate for both Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize. 35 more words


Less Can Be More: Advice for Writing and Life

This week’s post was written by AMHC reader, Dr. Lisa Surridge. Check out her bio at the end of this post to learn more about her work! 1,016 more words
Mental Health


Let’s try this again part two. So…it’s been awhile since I posted on here, and I want to fix that right now. By posting an update vlog/livestream announcement!