Better late than never, right? C’mon, am I right? You know I’m right. I always am. Always. So let’s just pretend this little delay never happened. Let’s all just pretend and nobody gets hurt. No kittens, no puppies, nobody. We can all just be cool about it. And while we’re all being so cool about what may or may not have taken some extra weeks to come out, let’s all enjoy a little poetry read to us by the author. Let’s all take some time to enjoy the newest edition of Selections from Colorado Review. In this edition, Endi Bogue Hartigan shares her poem “It Was a Church Then” with us. And while we’re all listening to this wonderful poem, and perhaps we’re reading along as well, let’s remember that time is relative and an arbitrary construction of humankind and that sometimes things take a little longer than they might otherwise. If we can all remember this and enjoy listening to this beautiful poem, everything will end up okay.