Letters to the Editor
Did you go back to what's left of Erasmus Hall High? Like you, I'm a Brooklyn ex-pat, but deep down it's still home to me, though I usually spend my visits in Manhattan, or "The City," as many call it now.
Also my alma mater, Barbara – but I gave it a pass. [Ed.]
A friend who used to work in Sri Lanka sent me this for you. Sri Lanka Report. I gave him the link to scr article.
Re: SCR Number 1
Felicitaciones y Felicidad en el décimo aniversario.
Haciendo honor a tan fructífero trabajo comencé con el primer número: "The Girl in the Floppy Hat" pasando por Poetry donde conocí a Edna St. Vincent Millay en "Renascence". Luego abrí SCR 67, me deleite con Walt Whitman, quise terminar con "Evermore - a romance" donde me conmovió encontrarme(minutos después) con Mireya. Es ella musa inspiradora? Coincidencia no es?
Muy buenos los cuentos de ficción.
Un abrazo grande para ti y María Teresa.
Re: SCR Nr.67
Frank, a very nice anniversary number! Congratulations to you for your tenacity to hold out for 10 years. Not many do it. And also bearing types like me for so long. I enjoyed seeing the first issue and the similarities. Romantic stories, eh? I hated to see Mireya die but good she returned.
I don't agree with your skepticism regarding John Perkins. Everything he says fits right in with what Noam Chomsky has been telling us for years, he's been extensively interviewed by Amy Goodman at least twice (an hour each time), and check out what this highly accredited reporter Greg Palast has to say:
just curious to know why SCR bilingual did not work.
Too few good translators willing to work pro bono. [Ed.]