June 2021 Magazine

With the hot and languid days of summer finally here, it’s time to get into the glorious activity of leisure reading! This June, we’ve put together a deluxe issue featuring a whopping 18-page-spread dedicated to the joys of reading. We’ve decided to call it, simply, The Reading Issue.

The Reading Issue features articles by Paul DyckRyan Smith, and Shelagh Balfour, as well as an edited and transcribed “round-table” conversation with Kirsten Pinto Gfroerer on her new book Anchorhold: Corresponding with Revelations of Divine Love. We also feature a couple of book reviews; Theo Robinson reviews Jamie Howison’s new book A Kind of Solitude, and Jamie Howison reviews Anthony Waterman’s What is the Anglican Church?

After reading our June issue, you may find that your summer reading list is just a little bit longer than it was before!

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Cover Art: Annalee Giesbrecht


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