Our eleventh issue includes Matthew J. Milliner on Our Lady of Chicago, Chris Treece on ambulances, Anthony Piccirillo on Cardinal Ruffo, Sasha A. Palmer on communism, Jake Neu on Dobbs, Ambrose Dobrozsi on the papacy, Patrick Smith on Politian, Shannen Dee Williams on nuns, Edmund Waldstein on David Foster Wallace, Sam Kriss on Gilgamesh, David Bentley Hart on Europe, Jaspreet Singh Boparai on Goya and Hogarth, Joshua Hren on illness, Eduard Habsburg-Lothringen on James Bond, and Rachel Hoover on credit cards.
Our tenth issue includes C.J. Ciaramella on the mistreatment of the elderly, Gregory Caridi on canon law, Robert McLeod on N.A.S.C.A.R., Roger Lewis on Kingsley Amis, as well as contributions from Max Bodach, Declan Leary, Jennifer Bryson, Thomas Hellenbrand, Carino Hodder, Jude Russo, Jaspreet Singh Boparai, Andrew Petiprin, Aram Bakshian, Jr., Tessa Carman and J.C. Scharl, and Monica Costa.
Our ninth issue features Alberto M. Fernandez on his childhood reading, Gladden Pappin on Machiavelli and reason of state, Dan Hitchens on Dr. Johnson, as well as contributions from Christopher McCaffery, Colman Rowan, Samuel Sweeney, Meredith McDonough, John Milbank, Jon Tveit, the editor, Peter Tonguette, Philip Jeffery, Aaron James, Anibal Sabater, and David J. Unger.
Our eighth issue features the winner of our ghost story competition, Ree Brannigan! Also inside: Gerald J. Russello on teaching CCD, Minoo Dinshaw on the Cardinal Duke of York, Sam Kriss on Afghanistan, Michael Hanby on cemeteries, Joseph Epstein on the Lyttelton-Hart-Davis letters, as well as contributions from Kenneth J. Wolfe, Marlo Slayback, Fr. Alek Schrenk, Mary Kate Skehan, Frederick Sandefur, Jaspreet Singh Boparai, Peter Tonguette, David Bentley Hart, Roger Lewis, and more.