Trevor Bailey reflects, in the light of his criminal law experience, on Chesterton’s essay, ‘The Twelve Men’.
By John Young
John Young examines the character of such fictional detectives as Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot - and Father Brown.
Veronika Winkels reviews a new anthology of Chesterton’s writings on the family, and ponders a rebalanced feminism that would protect and advance the family while promoting women’s role...
Wanda Skowronska recalls various memories that informed and inspired her biography of the late Editor of the journal, Annals.
The Australian Chesterton Society is a national association devoted to fostering an appreciation of G.K. Chesterton’s writings and the value of his thought in contemporary Australia.