Number 26 - May 2003
The subject of the war with Iraq continues
this month in "Editor's Page" and "Current Events", the
latter with articles by a Spanish journalist and Argentina's
foremost living writer, Ernesto Sábato.
Interviews with Paul Bowles - by Gaither Stewart,
whose book of stories, some of which originally appeared here, has just been
published in print. To order: http://order.windriverpress.com Also the Joel Wendt interview continues, this time
by SCR readers.
Rudolf Steiner's lecture cycle on Karma comes
next, followed by essays by Steve Talbott and Joe Tyson.
A new serialized book appears this issue: The
"Free World" Robert Zimmer imagines, one without
money that is, could make us happy that we're broke. "Jack
Robinson" gets more complicated.
Our discovery, Mike Ingles, contributes
another story. This one is about some young American hunters
who find themselves hunting different game in a country suspiciously
We have often enjoyed
Bobby Matherne's book reviews here under the
Southern Cross - so we thought you might like what hehas to
say about the movies - old and new - he recently saw. By the way,
if you haven't seen "Chicago" yet, this review could make you change
your mind about going.
We've been neglecting poetry lately, so to
make up for it a little, there are two poems, one shorty by
Alan Jackson and the famous "Kubla Khan" by S. T.
Coleridge. More next issue.
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Table of Contents
The Second Death of
To the Children
Joel Wendt: Candidate for President of the
United States - II
Manifestations of Karma
Does the Future Compute?
The Monks of the Ridge