Luci Shaw is a poet, essayist, teacher, and Writer in Residence at Regent College, Vancouver. Widely anthologized, her writing has appeared in Image, Weavings, Books & Culture, the Christian Century, Relief, Rock & Sling, Ruminate, Radix, Crux, the Southern Review, Stonework, The Other Journal, Nimble Spirit, and others. Harvesting Fog, her thirtieth book, was released in 2010. For further information visit www.lucishaw.com.
Luci Shaw January 9, 2013 / Creative Writing
In “Unseen,” the poet Luci Shaw examines air as both force and shelter, a mysterious tabernacle “for what we can’t see.”
Luci Shaw April 25, 2012 / Creative Writing
In Luci Shaw’s “Hate Invasion,” anxieties, like crows, “clot” and “colonize” the mind and heart of the poet, who longs for divine answers to earth’s evils.
Luci Shaw September 8, 2010 / Creative Writing
After resurrection, Jesus acted strange, materializing through solid wood, even though he didn’t look that …
Luci Shaw April 2, 2008 / Creative Writing
In this poem, Luci Shaw metaphorically considers the cycles of collapse and reformation that define the spiritual life.
Luci Shaw March 19, 2008 / Creative Writing
In this poem, Luci Shaw imagines the life-changing, transformative power of insubordinate ideas.
Luci Shaw March 11, 2008 / Creative Writing
In this poem, Luci Shaw evokes sharp images of winter, mystery, nihilism, and death.