“The Best Books I Read in 2020”

December 16, 2020 CWR Contributors 17

Dear Readers, “No man can be called friendless,” wrote Elizabeth Barrett Browning, “who has God and the companionship of good books.” This year has been marked by many troubles, strains, and trials. It has been […]

The Dispatch

An old flag in the collective attic

May 21, 2019 Daniel Rattelle 3

If you’ve been following our so-called Catholic Literary Revival, you’ll have noticed that James Matthew Wilson has had a banner year—a new book, poems in the Hudson Review, and Best American Poetry. He has also […]