The latest issue of the bi-monthly religious literary journal St Austin Review (November/ December 2019) is entitled “Brideshead & Beyond: The Genius of Evelyn Waugh.” The Waugh-related content is described as follows:
Joseph Pearce admires “the genius of Evelyn Waugh”.
John Beaumont surveys “the conversion and post-conversion of Evelyn Waugh”.
Daniel Frampton is “in search of sanctity” in comparing Evelyn Waugh and Roy Campbell.
Aaron Urbanczyk sees “the dark side of literary encounter in Evelyn Waugh’s A Handful of Dust”.
Annesley Anderson feels the “twitch upon the thread” and finds “grace in Brideshead Revisited”.
Deirdre Murphy discovers “vocation, redemption and hope in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited and The End of the Battle”.
Fr. Dwight Longenecker finds in Brideshead “a fairy-tale revisited”.
There is no information regarding availability of this issue, but their website indicates that single copies are generally available for $10 from the University of Chicago.