If you saw Tony Maturin’s earlier book of photographs from Cambodia you will need no persuading to sample his new book, ‘Grace’s Song’. This time Tony has put together a collection of sepia photos from Eastern Cape Province in South Africa. He has been living there for the past two years as a VSA volunteer.
Readers of the Newsletter may recall Tony Maturin’s piece ‘Beethoven in Cambodia’, some reflections on preparing this book. Tony recently spent 2 years in Cambodia together with his wife Sandra who was working as Research Advisor to the Buddhist Institute. Both were supported by VSA New Zealand. A review by John Gleisner.
Sylvia Sanderson and Bill Shaw came to Aotearoa New Zealand in 2011 intending to be Resident Friends for a year at the Christchurch Quaker Meeting House. They had resigned from their jobs, Sil had sold her house, then the news came through that the Meeting House and their accommodation had been red zoned and was due for demolition.
Herman Daly has done some of the best work on economic sustainability he has a number of good books and essays on the subject including Beyond Growth: The Economics of Sustainable Development Development Boston Beacon Press 1997.