The Fall 2006 issue of KB Journal /(vol. 3.1), an online journal elaborating on the work of Kenneth Burke, is now available at http://kbjournal.org. This issue features articles by Keith Gibson on the influence of Frazer's The Golden Bough on Burke's Attitudes Toward History; by Robert S. Littlefield, Timothy L. Sellnow, and Matthew I. Attansey on crisis communication responsive to the 2004 tsunami; and by Timothy Crusius on Burke and ethics. Additionally, we reprint the entire preface to Burke's new book Late Poems, 1968-1993, and three selections, as well as a review of the book by Miriam Clark. We remember the contributions of Bernard Brock and Leland Griffin in essays by James Chesebro and Mark Wright. Our Happenings section offers photos of a new sculpture at the old Burke homeplace by Michael Burke. Finally, we offer several new research reviews of recent publications in Burke studies and begin a new "book gallery," featuring information about new Burke-authored books and their availability.