The September issue of Southern Cross Review has just landed on your
cyber-doorstep. Just open to page: http://southernCrossReview.org
In the �Editor�s Page� we suggest you check out John Kerry�s complete
testimony about the Vietnam War before the U.S. senate.
Walid Batrawi sends an objective letter from Ramallah.
Under Anthroposophy a Steiner lecture has a social theme, and Alfred
Heidenreich, who knew him, writes a biographical sketch.
To complement last month�s Gospel of Mary, an annotated Gospel of Thomas is
offered, along with an interpretation.
In the Fiction section, Louise Rinser�s �Miryam� and my �Frequent Flyer�
continue. There also two short stories, one by Mike Ingles (whom you�ve seen
before) and the other by Yours Truly.
Tarjei Straume waxes nostalgic and reviews some favorite classic movies.
Bobby Matherne reviews a Mailer book about Picasso.
The poetry provides a triangular contrast � Kipling, Novalis and Milosz.
Those of you who have never gotten down this far in the Table of Contents
are urged to do so this time.
Frank Thomas Smith