Number 18, July-August 2002
See the Table of Contents for the "Editor's Page", which takes on the Social Question and neo-capitalism, and there are essays by Steve Talbott and Gaither Stewart. "Science" includes a couple of Tantra Physics essays by Nick Herbert and part of Richard Feynman's monologue from the Broadway play "QED". Another physicist, Tom Mellett, is back under the "Anthroposophy" heading with a spiritual scientific essay on cosmogony. "The Baseball Murders" whodunnit about a plot to kill Jackie Robinson continues and under the Short Fiction category there are five nifty stories: The Hispanic-American writer Daniel A. Olivas is back after a long absence with a slyly funny story about publishers and agents; your own FTS contributes a story about some strange Magi arriving under the Southern Cross during a summer Christmas; Robert B. Cohen, a NYPD police captain and budding writer, tells us dramatically about cops' work on the streets and subways of the Big Apple; SCR staff writer Gaither Stewart lets light shine through the darkness, and new to SCR writer Charlie Mann tells the story of an American Indian girl fighting for the reform of a ritualized tribe. We think you'll enjoy them all.
poetry renaissance continues with contributions by Bradford Riley,
Stephen Oliver and Nick Herbert. If modern poetry bores you,
try these quantum quality pieces.
should check out our new contest rules
for original short fiction and essays - with cash prizes.
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Writers should check out our new contest rules for original short fiction and essays - with cash prizes.
The Southern Cross Review is located under the Southern Cross constellation in the Traslasierra Valley, Province of Córdoba, Argentina. Visitors welcome.
Table of Contents
Letter to the English Soldier who I killed at Mount Longdon
Cosmogony and the Mystical Anthropic Principle
The Amy Project
The Baseball Murders
The Imposter Magi
Saber Slashes of
The Time of the
Tales of the Western Christ
Fiction & Essay
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