SouthernCross Review (FWD)
- The first anniversary issue of SouthernCross Review (Nr. 7, Sept-Oct. 2000
is now at your cyber-newsstand. Our e-book library has developed to the
extent that there are more books available, and directly from
"Favela Children - a Brazilian Diary" by Ute Craemer;
"Basic Issues of the Social Question" by Rudolf Steiner;
"Putting Soul into Science" by Michael Friedjung;
"Civil Disobedience" by Henry David Thoreau;
"The Sorrows of Young Werther" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Two short volumes of stories by Frank Thomas Smith.
In the issue itself, you will find the following:
SOCIAL ISSUES: "Death and the Single Cause" by Steve Talbott; "Why Don't
People Work?" by Frank Thomas Smith.
SHORT FICTION: "The Portrait" by Victorino Briones; "Haircut" by Ring
Lardner; "The Sentinel" by Bobbi McCutcheon; "Valentines in Valhalla" by
Charlie Dickinson; "The Right Thing to Do" by Gaither Stewart.
POETRY: "I Died for Beauty..." by Emily Dickenson; "The Day is Done" by
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; "The Garden of Myths" by Dan McCann.
Letters to the Editor - a new section and, of course, our "Back Issues"
department. Pick up your free copy now at:
- and thanks for staying with us all this time.
Frank Thomas Smith
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