Southern Cross Review Nr. 58
The March-April issue of Southern Cross Review has just plopped onto your cyber-doorstep. Open to the cover at: http://SouthernCrossReview.org
where you will find a war-love story on the Editor's Page just to put you in a good mood.
Under Current Events, Fidel Castro barely raises his head as a Superdelegate, and Tom Engelhardt tells us how President Bush has dragged us all to the Dark Side and how a beautifully innocent Icelandic girl was put through the ringer at JFK. Our own Mike Ingles also has something to say about the situation.
Under Features, you'll find some wonderful thoughts about Jesus by Nikos Kazantzakis of "The Last Temptation" fame. Doris Lessing tells us how NOT to win the Nobel Prize by thinking about more important things, and Gaither Stewart takes us on a political tour of Italy.
In Fiction, Linda Lavid is back with a bitter-sweet tale; Ifthekar Sayeed tells a story about Bangladesh and Orwell's " 1984" continues.
John Davy eloquently tackles the theory of evolution in Science and Philosophy. Yes, he's alone in the section, but he can really open your eyes.
In Anthroposophy Keith Francis brings us his first highly interesting lecture on the relation of alchemy and anthroposophy. Don't miss it. And Rudolf Steiner's "Anthroposophical Guidelines" are continued.
Several Delmore Schwartz poems are in the Poetry Section. Delmore is one of the lesser known American poets of the past century, and one of the best.
A book review brings up the rear. It's a different - shorter and funnier - take on Italy than Gaither Stewart's, that's for sure.