Here are links to the most recent issues of the NOWletter. The entire archive is further down the page. The issues are in the PDF format, which should work with most browsers. If not you can download a free PDF viewer such as Acrobat.
NOWletter 243, September 2023. Dave on The Voice, Dave Knowles -Akhenaten, Trisha English -Adelstrop, Edward Thomas -On Ending, Peter Lim -Poetry on Demand, ChatGPT -The Man with 20 Brains, Mark Whittaker -The Voice, Lenore Taylor.
NOWletter 242 June 2023. Saying, Seeing, Being, Alan Mann - Big Link Article, No-self, Katie Mann - Freeing Yourself from self-Consciousness, Brentyn Ramm - Awake Presence, Joan Tollifson - The Tree House, Margot Mann - A Note from ‘93, Alan Mann.
NOWletter 241 December 2022. Returning to Australia -Brentyn Ramm, A Loss of Something…… -Emily Dickinson, Postscript to the Wider View -Alan Mann, Returning to Israel 2022 -Trisha English, Greg Campbell and Hotei 2011 -Greg Campbell,C.S. Lewis, Barfield and Harding -Alan Mann, Cross-stitch — A story -Margot Mann.
NOWletter 240 October 2022. Christogenesis-Alan Mann—More on ‘More on Gebser’-Steve Hanran—A Letter from Joan Tollifson-Joan Tollifson—Violet, A Story-Margot Mann—The Sayings of K-Alan Mann—Vulnerability-Dave Knowles—Pure Awareness-Brentyn Ramm—Traherne Links-Paul S. Fiddes & Jules Evans—Elizabethan Romance-Peter Lim.
NOWletter 239 August 2022. More on Gebser-Steve Hanran, Three Questions and an Answer - Alan Mann, The Diagram - Douglas Harding, Dark Secrets of World War II - Trisha English, August Happenings — Brentyn Ramm - Latest paper, Interview - Tollifson & Harris, Mal Mitchell - Transapolyptic Now, ShawnNevins–Wren-Lewis ABC Interview, Jim Clatfelter - Combined Poems, The Events Manager – A Story - Margot Mann.
NOWletter 238 July 2022.The Face of the Other 1, Alan Mann - The Face of the Other 2, Graeme Wilkins - The Face of the Other 3, Peter Melser - Memberships: Inclusion and Exclusion, Peter Melser - Poem inspired by a photo of space, Peter Lim - The Ever-Present Origin - Jean Gebser, Postscript to The Ever-present Origin - Alan Mann - Listening Various - Shakespeare’s insights-freely adapted, Trisha English - Pure Awareness, Brentyn Ramm.
NOWletter 237 June 2022. ‘Politics begins as ethics’: Levinasian Ethics and Australian Performance concerning Refugees. Tom Burvill, Macquarie University,Sydney
NOWletter 236 May 2022. Greville Street Gatherings, Iain McGilchrist’s latest book, The Capacitie Website, The World’s fair beauty set my soul on fire-Dave Knowles, Why ‘Capacitie?’- Alan Mann, On Time from Joanna Malinowska,
What is This?, The Soul selects her own Society – Emily Dickinson (303), Bennett on ‘Intensification’ from Mal Mitchell, Oneing’ – Dame Julian & Mal, Notes on Krishnamurti- Trisha English and Alan Mann, Collateral Damage, a story by Margot Mann.
NOWletter 235 March 2022. This is the last NOWletter to the existing list, Life lessons from Bergson book by Michael Foley, Seeing The Land by Max Dulumunmun Harrison, Monday Bloody Monday by Margot Mann, The Ever Present Origin & Duration -Gebser and Bergson, The Poets, Never Give Up, John Wren-Lewis Interview.
NOWletter 234 February 2022. Greville Street Gatherings, Realisations and Consequences by Alan Mann, The Apprehension by Thomas Traherne, Deconstructing Yourself -Michael Taft's podcasts, Quotes of the month, Conclusion -by Jim Clatfelter, Remembering D. Rajagopal from Trisha English, Xmas Hymn 2021 by Peter Lim, Soul or Sole? -Alan Mann, Psyche Magazine Article by Brentyn Ramm, After a Meeting by Peter Lim, You Can't be too Careful -a story by Margot Mann.
NOWletter 233 November 2021. Greville Street Meetings, Listening by Alan Mann, This Still Centre -Douglas Harding, The Red Umbrella by Margot Mann, Spiritual Exercises by Alan Mann, Online Interviews -Colin Drake, That Shady Nothing -Traherne & Bohm.
NOWletter 232 October 2021. Loving Country by Dave Knowles, The Wider View 2 -Various, Extraordinary Awakenings -New Book by Steve Taylor, A Working Model for Inner Work -Stephen Haran, David Bentley Hart on Traherne -Alan Mann, CEF Foundation Vietnam by Linda & Graeme Burn, Social Media -a story by Margot Mann.