If you look over at the top of the lefthand column, here at the First Things website, you'll see that we've begun advertising for next year's junior fellows.
Two years ago, we brought onboard John Rose and Mary Angelita Ruiz, and this year we've had Ryan T. Anderson and Jordan Hylden, both fresh out of college and eager to join our projectsdespite having to put up with, well, people like the insidious Joseph Bottum. His deficiencies are more than made up for by our editor in chief, Richard John Neuhaus, and our managing editor, Anthony Sacramone. If you'd like to submit an application, click here to find out how.
Meanwhile, the January issue of First Things has just shippedand if you were a subscriber, you could be reading "Love, the Pope, and C.S. Lewis" by Avery Cardinal Dulles.
Or "Daniel Dennett Hunts the Snark" by David B. Hart.
Or Hadley Arkes on Anthony Kennedy and abortion.
Or a never-before-translated poem by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, prepared for the just-released book from ISI Press, The Solzhenitsyn Reader.
Or more on "Balthasar, Hell, and Heresy," the exchange between Alyssa Lyra Pitstick and Edward T. Oakes, S.J.
Plus much, much more. To help you along, we've made one article from the issue available for free, Maureen L. Condic's "What We Know About Embryonic Stem Cells."
The shipping of the January issue means that the November issue is now available online in its entirety. In it, you'll find such work as:
Richard John Neuhaus on "The Regensburg Moment"
R.R. Reno on "The Return of the Fathers"
Robert P. George on "Public Morality, Public Reason"
Eric Cohen on "The Ends of Science"
Betty Smartt Carter on Barbara Pym
Ralph C. Wood on P.D. James
There's lot's more, all available free online here at First Things. Of course, if you were a subscriber, you could have read all these when the issue first appeared.