Articles by Clinton Collister

Clinton Collister

Poetry Editor of The North American Anglican

Call for Poetry Submissions

As the new Poetry Editor at The North American Anglican, I plan to feature about one poem a week and gather the best of these together to publish in a slim volume around Christmas time. If you would like us to consider your poems, please send them to with the phrase “Poetry Submission” in…

For Bernard Iddings Bell

The birds began to circle when they heard The lawyer ask the use of learning Greek. And when Bell quoted Plato, they all jeered And longed to toss him out with the antiques. The dean in robes put up a fight to save The young from rising fads and crowd culture. The board shrugged off…

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