Re: Southern Cross Review Nr. 79
- --- In email@example.com, "elfuncle" <elfuncle@...> wrote:
>And horses their cajones?
> Thank you Frank!! Lot's of good stuff here it looks like -- I also want
> cattle to keep their horns!! You know, some people remove claws from
> their cats so they don't scratch the furniture! And let elephants keep
> their tusks too!
> LOTS of good stuff! I'll do your FB promotion I guess, because youThanks.
> always seem to forget that.
> Incidentally, your link to "Letters to the Editor" is dead. A blank.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Frank Thomas Smith"
> fts.trasla@ wrote:
> > Dear A_Ters,
> > Welcome to the November-December issue (Number 79) of Southern Cross
> Review, now on your cyber-doorstep: http://southerncrossreview.org .
> > In the Editor's Page I relate some of my own experiences with
> unemployment and hiring/firing to help us to decide whether unemployment
> is temporary or permanent.
> > The Features section highlights Ann Jones' experiences with the
> absurdly chilling U.S. security apparatus, and Ruth Zbinden tells us how
> the Swiss are busy saving cow horns...really.
> > Fiction: One of my stories especially recommended for those who love
> streetcars and green stockings. Also an excerpt from Herman Hesse's
> Steppenwolf, in which he invites us to enter our own personalities
> through a narrow door.
> > Anthroposophy: A new translation (mine) of Lesson One of Rudolf
> Steiner's "First Class" in the Free School for Spiritual Science. As far
> as I know, this is the first time this material has been made available
> to the public in English. We also continue the Karmic Relations
> > Poetry features a new poet (for us and possibly for you): Claudia
> Grinnell, and another poet, from the past, who walked in beauty when he
> > Enjoy!
> > Frank