Open Minds Quarterly: Fall 2014


Volume XVI, Issue III

A clear theme emerges in the writings in this fall issue: God, Spirituality, and Mental health. The issue features Katherine, who examines hope and courage through her recovery story; Dr. Haynes Alabama medical office, where he regularly encountered the lasting damage of the Vietnam War; a fictional piece on two strangers who meet outside an abandoned bus depot and begin discussing free will, divine intervention and the devil’s work; Patricia Deegan’s argument that spirituality and spiritual experiences need to be recognized as important to recovery and validated by mental health practitioners; ¬†and poetry from Beth Brown Preston, Robert Berry, Leatha Lin Carter, Miles Liss, Kya Reaves, Matthew Freeman, Sharron McMillan, Ardith Powell, M.P. Newman, and Mark Katrinak.

This issue is also available in digital form through KOBO.

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