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DreamSeeker Magazine Spring-Summer 2011

DreamSeeker Magazine Spring-Summer 2011

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Welcome to the new Spring-Summer 2011 issue of DREAMSEEKER MAGAZINE. Edited by Michael A. King and sponsored by Cascadia Publishing House LLC, DSM links readers interested in attending to "voices from the soul" with Anabaptist-related writers committed to exploring from the heart--with passion, depth, and flair--their own visions and the issues of the day.
Welcome to the new Spring-Summer 2011 issue of DREAMSEEKER MAGAZINE. Edited by Michael A. King and sponsored by Cascadia Publishing House LLC, DSM links readers interested in attending to "voices from the soul" with Anabaptist-related writers committed to exploring from the heart--with passion, depth, and flair--their own visions and the issues of the day.

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The Commandment ThatShould Be Marked PG-13
Katie Funk Wiebe
Mom’s Birthday
 Joyce Peachey Lind
Kingsview 
Pop’s Encore 
Michael A. King
Five Hours East
 At Night (Presently in Nigeria)
Brenda Hartman-Souder
Beneath the Skyline
 MoreThan One Kind of Expert 
Deborah Good
Reel Reflections
“The King’s Speech”: A Monarch finds his Voice 
Dave Greiser
 and much more
 DD
 reamSeek  reamSeek er Magazineer Magazine
 Voices from the Soul
Spring-Summer 2011
 Volume 11, Number 2 and 3; ISSN 1546-4172
 
A
s noted in my prior editorial(Winter 2011), this is a year of sig-nificant transition for
Dream-Seeker Magazine 
, most notably thedecision to focus on the digitalversion and suspendpublication of the tradi-tional paper version.The effects on my schedule of losing bothmy parents in the pastyear while taking onand learning a new jobas seminary dean havecontinued to make ithard for me to give
DSM 
adequatetime. In addition to contributingto format changes, schedule con-strainsts have led to this mergedSpring and Summer
DSM.
 Al-though time will tell, my hope is toreturn to releasing subsequent is-sues on a more normal quarterly schedule.
DSM 
transitions will continueto unfold. Research into migrat-ing a version of 
DSM 
to Kindle isunderway (and has contributed toreformatting the
DSM 
PDF ver-sion, available free online). Also,several columnists rightly see thistransition period as a good one forcolumn transitions. Thus Mark  Wenger’s and Renee Gehmans fi-nal columns are already behindthem. Deborah Good’s final col-umn will be in
DSM 
 Autumn2011. Their many contributionsover years as
DSM 
 writers havebeen much appreciated (and re-main fully available online). I alsoremain grateful for thefresh writing of BrendaHartman-Souder, stillbreaking in as
DSM 
snewest columnist.Even as reader per-spectives matter morethan mine, I also think this
DSM 
issue contin-ues to demonstrate why I see publishing it as a worthwhilelabor of love. Katie Funk Wiebe, Joyce Peachey Lind, and Iseek toshare perspectives on parents andlife shaped by losing them. Hart-man-Souder then takes us into themind of a parent fearing for andcherishing her children.Deborah Good, Dave Greiser, Alan Soffin, Cynthia Page, DanLiechty, Dan Hertzler, Nöel King, Jonathan Beachey, and ChrisLongenecker range richly acrossexpertise, finding voice, an atheistview of Anabaptism, tonguescrews, response to to bin Laden’sdeath, Jonathan Edwards, KarlRove, history rewriting itself, andmore. They nurture me; Ihopeyou experience that too.
— 
 Michael A. King 
Editorial: Transitioning on
I think this
DSM
issue continuesto demonstratewhy I see pub-lishing it as aworthwhile laborof love.
 
Editor
Michael A. King
Editorial Council
David Graybill, DanielHertzler, Kristina M. King,Richard A. Kauffman
Columnists orRegular Contributors
David B. Greiser, BrendaHartman-Souder, DanielHertzler, Michael A. King,Nöel R. King
Publication,Printing, and Design
Cascadia Publishing House
 Advertising
Michael A. King
Contact
126 Klingerman RoadTelford, PA 189691-215-723-9125
Submissions
Occasional unsolicited sub-missions accepted, 750-1500 words, returned only withSASE. Letters invited.
Subscriptions
Standard rates in U.S.
Paper subscriptions no longeravailable, information on Kin-dle potentially to come.
Free online:DreamSeeker Magazine 
ispublished quarterly in spring,summer, fall, and winter.Copyright © 2011ISSN: 1548-1719
I
NTHISISSUE
Spring Summer 2011, Volume 11, Numbers 1 and 2
Editorial: Shoots from the StumpPoetry
 Jonathan Beachey,
Body Broken 3;
ChrisLongenecke
r, How Trees Must Feel back cover 
The Commandment ThatShould Be Marked PG-133
Katie Funk Wiebe
Moms Birthday13
 Joyce Peachey Lind
Kingsview17
Pop’s Encore 
Michael A. King
Five Hours East20
 At Night (Presently in Nigeria)
Brenda Hartman-Souder
Beneath the Skyline24
 MoreThan One Kind of Expert 
Deborah Good
Reel Reflections29
“The King’s Speech”: A Monarch Finds his Voice 
Dave Greiser
 An Atheist Reflects on Anabaptism33
 Alan Soffin
Tongue Screws and Testimonies36
Cynthia Page
Thoughts on the Death of Osama bin Laden41
Daniel Liechty 
Books, Faith, World & More43
From Jonathan Edwards to Karl Rove: A Review of  
Head and Heart
Daniel Hertzler
The Turquoise Pen49
Today at Lunch
Nöel R. King
 www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm
DSM@cascadiapublishinghouse.com

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