Produced four times a year by Shanti Arts, Still Point Arts Quarterly is a truly beautiful and engaging art and literary journal. Each issue focuses on a theme and features historical and contemporary art, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, “Intended for artists, nature lovers, seekers, and enthusiasts of all types.” The publication is free to download from their website, but this is one journal readers will appreciate having in full-color print. When I look at the online version, it is impressive, but when I hold that copy in my hands, it’s truly immersive. Fitting, because the newest issue is themed “Immersed in Books.” Some featured works include Kathryn DeZure “Turning Fifty with Virgina Woolf,” Megan L. Steusloff “The Books I’ve Read,” Zachary Nelson “A Book is the Fastest Way to Travel,” Terry Barr “Greyhound Seats,” Jane Hertestein “Books as Signposts in Our Life,” Rosalie Sanara Petrouske “The Frangrance of Words,” and Wally Swist “Sam Murry, Bookseller,” as well as many others. Featured art and artists include Helen S. Geld, Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord, and numerous book-related archival artworks and photographs. If you have ANY booklovers in your lives (including yourself), you’re going to want to get a copy of this in their hands (or direct them to the Still Point website for the free download).