The Sullivan Library received a gift issue for the Catholic periodical Dappled Things, which is “a quarterly [periodical] of ideas, art & faith”. Some of the sections it contains include a feature article (The Age of Faith and Reason by Michael F. Flynn), four fiction pieces (Drawing Fishes by Geoffrey Smagacz, and more), 12 poems (Memento Mori by K.B. Kincer), an art & prose piece (Reflections on Beauty by Ron Johnson), and 7 pieces regarding art & photography (St. Columba of Iona by Daniel Mitsui).
There is also sections for interviews and book reviews. This issue has an interview with Max McLean, and 3 book reviews, including a review of The Screwtape Letters. If you would like to have more information about Dappled Things, please look at their website.