From the Editor (4/14/15): A Note on The Pages of The Falling Leaf Review

Humanism is an idea, it is an ideal; it should remain a goal; it has been a tradition understood and cherished by the Publishing Editor. What has not been abandoned in these pages is a commitment to this tradition of Humanism, uppercase 'H' imperative. It is in its pages that this journal needs to be … Continue reading From the Editor (4/14/15): A Note on The Pages of The Falling Leaf Review

The Gravity of the First World War

Last year was the one hundredth anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. The Nineteenth century did not close with the coming of 1900; it came crashing down in the abyss that was the First World War. The politics of that prior century extended into the next, the 20th, and brought about the … Continue reading The Gravity of the First World War