Issue: Summer 2022
John Young reviews a crime novel by the Australian broadcaster and columnist, Kel Richards, which features Chesterton as one of its characters.
News of an important study by Trevor Merrill on the emergence of a new generation of Catholic novelists.
The Defendant reports on a recent Australian movie production of Chesterton’s play, ‘Magic’, and the acquisition by Campion College of a copy of the play personally signed by Chesterton.
David Deavel reveals the impact of Chesterton on the life and thought of the American author, editor and broadcaster, William F. Buckley Jr (1925-2008).
Gary Furnell provides a balanced review of Richard Ingrams’ recent book on whether Chesterton was anti-Semitic.
Karl Schmude explores whether satire is possible in a culture that no longer has fundamental beliefs by which human follies can be exposed – laughed at so they can be corrected.