Ed Simon is the editor-at-large at The Marginalia Review of Books, a channel of The Los Angeles Review of Books. He is a frequent contributor at several different sites, including The Atlantic, The Paris Review Daily, Aeon, Jacobin, the Washington Post, Religion Dispatches, Killing the Buddha, Salon, Berfrois, The Public Domain Review, Atlas Obscura, JSTOR Daily, and Newsweek, among several others, his collection America and Other Fictions: On Radical Faith and Post-Religion will be released later in 2018. He holds a PhD in English from Lehigh University and an MA in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University.
Groping Towards Each Other in a Common Mist
In his new translation, David Bentley Hart presents the New Testament as a choir, rather than the work of a soloist....