Just a quick post to alert Irish Chestertonians that the Spring/Summer 2010 edition of the Chesterton Review has been published.
The Chesterton Review has been going since 1974 and is full of very meaty articles about Chesterton and related topics.
(And they are meaty; this issue contains a twenty-seven page article on the social and political activism of Cardinal Patrick Moran, an Irishman who became Archbishop of Sidney from 1884 to 1911. You also get a review of Hilaire Belloc's novel Emmanuel Burden that runs to more than twenty pages.)
My own favourite article in this issue was, not surprisingly, by Chesterton himself; "The Dogmas of Free Thought" a reply to the atheist and secularist Robert Blatchford.
Here is more information about the journal and its publishers.