The November-December issue (Nr. 73) of Southern Cross Review is now on your cyber-doorstep at http://SouthernCrossReview.org.
There is no longer a Table of Contents, so we'll provide one here.
The *Editor's Page* goes back in time with a True Tale involving JFK's lost suitcase in New York.
The *Fiction* section has four stories this time:
"The Black Widow of Cordoba" by Frank Thomas Smith
"Axolotl" (bi-lingual) by Julio Cortazar
"To Whom Can I speak Today?" by Iftekhar Sayeed
"Primum Non Nocere" by Michael Ingles
"Prisoners of War - Bob Woodward and All the President's Men (2010 Edition)" by Andrew C. Bacevich
"The Giraffe's Short Neck" by Craig Holdrege
"The Universe as Hologram" by Michael Talbot
"Stan the Man in New York" by Tom Mellett
"I Don't Regret Having 16 Children" (bi-lingual) by Mariela Martínez
"The Spiritual Matrix - An Anthroposophical Reading" or: "This Essay is the Red Pill" by Seth Miller
"The History and Actuality of Imperialism" by Rudolf Steiner
Karmic Relations, Volume 1, Lecture 6 by Rudolf Steiner
"Ravelstein" by Saul Bellow
"The Trojan Spy" by Gaither Stewart
And, as always: "Letters to the Editor"
Frank Thomas Smith, Editor