|Special in November
Two essays in this issue are must reads:
New to our readers, To Preserve and to Learn: Occasional Essays about the History of the Peace Corps by John Coyne. The first installment is entitled Establishing the Peace Corps.
The Writer Writes essay With Albert Schweitzer in Gabon by Bill Shurtleff (Nigeria 196366) will transport you to Schweitzers hospital in the 60s and will give you incredible insight into that inspirational man.
Talking with . . .
Recent books by Peace Corps writers
The Sporting Life: Horses, Boxers, Rivers, and a Russian Ballclub by Bill Barich (Nigeria 196466) reviewed by Tony Zurlo (Nigeria 196566
Making Them Like Us by Fritz Fischer reviewed by Bob Cohen (Nigeria 6264, PC/Nigeria staff 196267, PC/W 1968)
Mango Elephants in the Sun: How Life in an African Village Let Me Be in My Skin by Susana Herrera (Cameroon 199294) reviewed by Paula Hirschoff (Kenya 196970)
Heelloy: Modern Poetry and Songs of the Somali by John William Johnson (Somalia 196669) and Abdilahi Qarshe reviewed by Eric Torgersen (Ethiopia 196466)