"I was very pleased to see the new issue of Press for Conversion
"I have been an admirer of Richard Sanders for many
years and an avid reader of his meticulously researched and highly articulate
magazine. He has the courage to tell it like it is and there is little hope
for our species if we cannot listen.
"Bravo Richard! I am deeply thankful for
your extraordinary tenacity."
Alan Scarfe is a Canadian actor, director and author. Scarfe
began his career as a classical stage actor in the 1960s and has performed
well over 100 major roles in theatres across Europe, the US and Canada,
including two seasons at the
Shaw Festival and eight seasons at the
Stratford Festival. He has also been familiar face on television and film
for nearly forty years. Alan has recently turned to writing novels
under the pseudonym Clanash Farjeon, including The Vampires of 9/11, a
political satire about America's blindness and inability to accept who the
real culprits are.