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The Melody of Midwestern Drought: Joshua Robbins’ Praise Nothing

In “Washing in the Sangam,” Joshua Robbins writes, Son, through faith you’ve found this hunger answered even as I turn away in our ordinary house from the look of wonder in your face, the expression Christ must have had seeing Lazarus raised. His debut collection, Praise Nothing (University of Arkansas Press, 2013) is populated by this type of […]