The latest issue of the St. Austin Review is winging its way to subscribers. This is what they will enjoy:
- Dana Gioia admires “John Allen Wyeth: Soldier Poet”.
- Kevin O’Brien engages sardonically with T. S. Eliot’s letters and love life: “P.S. I Love You (Not)”.
- “Mr. Blue, Meet Your Nemesis.” Stephen Mirarchi makes the introduction.
- Aaron Urbanczyk discovers “Backwoods Fundamentalist Homeschooling in Flannery O’Connor’s The Violent Bear It Away”.
- Brendan D. King considers “The Poet and the Counterrevolution: Richard Wilbur, the Free Verse Revolution and the Revival of Rhymed Poetry”.
- K. V. Turley watches Capote and finds “A Study in Cold Blood”.
- Kevin Michael Saylor surveys “The Art of Discipleship” in the full colour art feature.
- Susan Treacy waxes eloquent on “Michael Kurek and the Sound of Beauty”.
- Donald DeMarco ponders Prokofiev, Sibelius and the Political Divide.
- John Beaumont follows the road to Rome of “Justine Ward, Musical Educator and Convert”.
- Manuel Alfonseca’s new regular science feature focuses on Artificial Intelligence.
- Kenneth Colston reviews How to Keep from Losing Your Mind: Educating Yourself Classically to Survive Cultural Indoctrination by Deal W. Hudson.
- Carol Anne Jones reviews Out of the Classroom and Into the World: How to Transform Catholic Education by Roy Peachey.
- Stephen Tomlinson reviews Defending Boyhood by Anthony Esolen.
- Donna Spivey Ellington reviews The Restoration of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Continuing Case Against Scientism by Michael D. Aeschliman.
- Plus new poetry by Philip C. Kolin, Greg Lobas, and R. V. Young.
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Is a technoramus someone who is ignorant of technology or someone who is ignorant of everything except technology? This questions is considered in an article of mine just published by Faith & Culture: