Saving Image and the world

Image Journal advertises the Glen Workshop as a week that can change a life, and if you've been reading recent entries you know how emphatically my extraordinary week at Glen West affected my life and my writing. That life-altering experience was possible for me despite Image's near-death experience, which Gregory Wolfe writes about here. Stuart … Continue reading Saving Image and the world

Creator, creation, and creativity

Glen West 2013 perfectly blended creativity and community with work and worship. The tag line for Image Journal proclaims: Art, Faith, Mystery. At Glen West, those theoretical concepts became experiential realities. The high desert plateau setting of Santa Fe was new to me and played a crucial role in the entire experience. If I were talking about a novel, … Continue reading Creator, creation, and creativity

Post-Glen West

Glen West is an amazing, exhilarating, creative experience. Monday afternoon I returned home after spending several days as a participant in its fiction workshop under the instruction of Larry Woiwode. Remember how I recently reflected on the Place of Place?  That post quoted from Woiwode and concluded: Wouldn’t you love to learn more about place … Continue reading Post-Glen West

Watering Image

Art. Faith. Mystery. IMAGE explores the intersection of those fundamental concepts in ways that stretch imagination, foster creativity, and promote community. Each issue of the IMAGE journal contains poetry, fiction, visual art, and interviews with artists. Publisher and editor Gregory Wolfe and the rest of the IMAGE folks host the popular Glen Workshop each year in East and West locations. In … Continue reading Watering Image