Author: Jayme Stayer, SJ

Jayme holds a double degree in music and literature from the University of Notre Dame, and an M.A.and a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Toledo. He has held faculty posts at Texas A&M University-Commerce, Universidad Centroamericana in El Salvador, and John Carroll University. He has published on such topics as rhetoric, music, Beethoven, Stravinsky, and T. S. Eliot. Stayer is currently editing a volume on Eliot and the French influence and is finishing another book manuscript, Becoming T. S. Eliot: The Rhetoric of Voice and Audience in Inventions of the March Hare. A professional singer, he has performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He joined the Jesuits in 2003.

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Speaking of Tragedy: The Boston Marathon and Public Discourse

Derelict Houses by Grant MacDonald at Flickr

Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Crack House

Footprints by oso at Flickr

Sh*t Christian Poets Say: The Problems of God-Talk, Sentimentality, and Style (Part 2)

Footprints by oso at Flickr

Sh*t Christian Poets Say: The Problems of God-Talk, Sentimentality, and Style (Part 1)